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Fourteenth annual Trick or Treat at Eastwood Field on Wednesday, October 24th

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Niles, Ohio – The Scrappers and Seven Seventeen Credit Union present the fourteenth annual "Trick or Treat" at Eastwood Field, with media partners 21 WFMJ, WBCB, and Hot 101.

The event will take place Wednesday, October 24th from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

"Trick or Treat" at Eastwood Field is a fun and safe way to celebrate Halloween for children age 12 and under. Ticket quantities are limited and are available on a first come first served basis.

Children and adults will require a ticket. Tickets are just $1 each and are available starting Wednesday, September 25th at the Scrappers Team Office located at Eastwood Field.

The Scrappers are looking for area businesses to participate in this year's "Trick or Treat" event. Companies will receive a free table and banner space on the Eastwood Field concourse. The participating businesses may pass out information and decorate their table however they choose.

In addition to your materials, we ask that your company provide candy for an estimated 2,000 children. This is a community event and a great way to promote your business to the public.

Please contact Heather Sahli at the Scrappers office by Monday, October 15th if interested. Space is limited and is available to the first 30 companies who reply.

For further information, contact the Scrappers team office at 330-505-0000.

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