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Witches of South Walton Trade Brooms for Bikes on Halloween Morning

October 24, 2012 by Marla Burns

Are you looking for something fun to do on Halloween where you can make new friends, benefit a great cause, AND get some exercise? Join the annual Witches of South Walton ride along Scenic 30A on Halloween morning and get in touch with your inner cackle. 

The SoWal Witches meet at 7 a.m. sharp at Miss Lucille’s in Gulf Place, and ride bikes to Butler Elementary to scare (amuse) the kids for a while. Then, they regroup at Grayt Coffee House in Grayton Beach for brunch and a raffle for local treats.

Entry fee is $15 and raffle tickets are $5, to benefit Children’s Volunteer Health Network (CVHN).

To save time on the morning of the ride, you are invited to a Witches Brew at Great Southern Café in Seaside on Oct. 30, from 5 pm to 7 pm, where you can register and pay the entry fee. Helpful witches will collect items to add to the raffle bag if you'd like to donate – examples are a gift certificate, Halloween décor, fake witch's mole, or whatever.

So help support CVHN, don your best witch costume, and join the Witches of South Walton for a fiendishly frightful great time this Halloween. See Witches of South Walton on facebook for more details.

 

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