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Tom Beddinton and Eddie Jackson sit with the scarecrow at Zebulon Auto Parts that’s ready to work. They won third place in the contest.
Friday, October 28. 2011
Zebulon businesses are ready for a season of scares as some hard working – and frightening – scarecrows stand outside as part of a Downtown Development Authority sponsored scarecrow contest.
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10/28/11 at 08:16 AM
This scares me. Will someone hold me please?
10/28/11 at 12:38 PM
Is the comunity doing trick or treating then to? Or will they be doing it Monday?
10/28/11 at 02:30 PM
dang eddie your hair turned grey , don't feel bad though mine turned loose
Beach Patriot Hero
10/28/11 at 04:05 PM
Do not fear zim, I am on my way back to Pike. I will protect and hold you.
10/28/11 at 05:15 PM
Which one is the scarecrow?
Run Zim Run
10/29/11 at 10:13 AM
They are back and taking names. Hide somewhere safe and change your name. Just say no, do not be lured by a biscuit.
NEVER TRUST A JOHN
10/29/11 at 09:26 PM
So who won first place?
10/30/11 at 12:13 PM
Remember grown folks...things are not as they were in your days of youth. I have listed cautionary steps you should take in order to comply with our rules and regulations of Our New World:
1. Be aware that many municipalities have established special dates for trick-or-treating. For safety reasons, these dates are never on Halloween. Some of them are closer to Easter.
2. Make sure each child is carrying a fire extinguisher and wearing a head-mounted smoke detector.
3. Trick-or-treat candy may have been tampered with, so you should take it away from your children, check it carefully, then eat it.
4. Never allow your children to trick-or-treat at night, or in dangerous areas such as outdoors.
10/30/11 at 09:33 PM
Excellent recommendations. However you left out a bullet proof vest, GPS reverse position device, a cluster flare for location and escape smoke charges.
I'll leave the light on for you.
Oh, when I told you how pretty you are I meant it.
10/31/11 at 08:03 AM
I believe in preparation for Halloween so let's continue to equip the young ones
1. Survival chainsaw. Weighing in at 6 oz, this flexible 2 handled saw can be easily carried in the trick or treat bag and is a must for urban survival.
2. Collapsible water bottle- but fill to 90% capacity so it remains strong and flexible. Water is always a must when venturing out. Prepare for catastrophe, kids!
3. SureFire LX2 flashlight w/ lanyard system for easy hands-free transport. 15 lumen lowbeam or 200 lumen high beam.
Now you're ready, kid.
10/31/11 at 08:46 AM
Kiss, Kiss..........I just wish I knew who you are.
Happy Trick or Treating....
10/31/11 at 10:18 AM
we had planned on going into the square on monday and trick or treating so i hope that everyone has candy for us!
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