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Haunted Hay Ride

by Linda Ahronian
October 16, 2017

The route this year is longer due to the use of hayrides, which means more opportunities for scary entertainment!  Refreshments and cider will be available for purchase as well.  All proceeds benefit high school scholarships and the Community Farm, as well as state and international donations such as Mass Lions Eye Research Fund or Lions Club International disaster relief.

The Holliston Lions Club is proud to work with Holliston Community Farm & Nature Preserve.  Cost is $10, under the age of10 is $5

For more information, please visit www.hollistonlions.org.

 

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