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Brooks will host Fall festival Oct. 28

Brooks United Methodist Church invites the community to its Fall Festival on Sunday, Oct. 28, from 5 – 6:30 pm.

Kids are encouraged to wear their Halloween costumes and bring their trick o’ treat bags for a fun evening of trunk o’ treating, hay rides, pony rides, games and food. All activities are free and will run from 5 – 6:30 pm. A soup and hotdog supper will be served and monetary donations will be accepted for it.

Brooks United Methodist Church is three miles south of Starr’s Mill at the corner of Morgan Mill Road and Ga. Highway 85 Connector at 119 Morgan Mill Rd., Brooks. The church website is www.brooksumc.com.

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