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13-237 PAL Hosts Community Halloween Event

Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office
Pinellas Sheriff’s Police Athletic League (PAL)

The Sheriff’s Office PAL is set to host a community Halloween event with lots of candy, games and much more – all  in a safe environment.

The event is scheduled from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Thursday, October 31, 2013.

The event takes place at the Lealman Sports Complex located at 3755 46th Avenue North in St. Petersburg.

The Pinellas Sheriff’s PAL is set to host a fun-filled and safe Halloween event. The event for the whole family includes bounce houses, face painting, games, a fire truck, an obstacle course, ice cream and a costume contest.

The kids can visit multiple booths where candy will be given out and everyone can enjoy a safe trick or treating experience.

The PAL Community Choir will also be there.

The media is invited to cover the event. For additional information please call the Sheriff’s Public Information Office at (727) 582-6221.

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