Trunk or Treat Event at Prescott Gateway Mall Oct. 31

Dated: October 29 2020

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Trunk or Treat

The Prescott Gateway Mall will be the location of a dual event this Halloween.

Families in need can pick up a free food box and bring their children for a trunk-or-treat at the Prescott Gateway Mall.

Hope4Life is hosting the event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 31 at the mall, 3250 Gateway Blvd.

The free food boxes will be distributed on a first -come, first-served basis, and will include 2% milk, mozzarella, cottage cheese, yogurt, apples, potatoes, onions, oranges, squash, eggs and pre-cooked chicken.

Additional pickup locations on Saturday include the First Baptist Church, 1524 N State Route 89 in Chino Valley and the Mayer Recreation Center, 10001 S Wicks Ave in Mayer.

No reservations are needed for the food box pickup or the trunk-or-treat.

Information provided by Hope4Life

posted in Daily Courier

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Susan Pfeiffer

I moved from Carlsbad, California to Prescott, Arizona in 2016. I'm an avid hiker, motorcyclist, aviator, animal lover, and outdoor enthusiast, and have found there is no better place than Prescott. ....

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