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October 28, 2004

Thomasville - Want your kids to enjoy a fun, free and sugar-filled festival? If so, bring them to Thomas University Thursday night between 4PM and 8PM, for Fall Festival.

The Student Government Association purchased $1,000 worth of candy to distribute to children who attend, and they don't even have to wear a costume.

SGA Public Affairs Officer, Ro Fletcher says, "We have it for the kids so it's safe. You don't have to go out trick-or-treating. You don't have to dress up, a lot of kids don't like to dress up, so we want kids to come out in their regular clothes and get free candy, safely."

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