Fort Benning announces "Trick or Treat" hours - WRBL

Fort Benning announces "Trick or Treat" hours

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FORT BENNING, Ga. -

   Fort Benning officials say Halloween will be officially observed on October 31 with "trick or treating" hours between 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. on post.

   Post residents are encouraged to limit "trick or treating" to the housing area where they live.  Children under 13 years of age are allowed to"trick or treat."

   Officials advise "trick or treaters" to observe all basic safety precautions: wear reflective, fire-resistant costumes that are short enough to prevent tripping; use make-up instead of masks that can restrict vision; carry a flashlight; and use caution when crossing streets.

  

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