As the rain falls, the leaves turn, and the flowers fade-
Ashland begins to decorate. I think you’ve often heard me say that our
town on Halloween looks like a movie set, and it’s obvious right now that set
directors are hard at work. Our old
houses are perfect back-drops to jack-o-lanterns and ghosts hung from the porch
columns. Have you found a costume yet?
Make sure you create an account for your recycling points and consider donating them to a local charity. Visit www.recyclingperks.com and click on “Shop Rewards” for information on how to donate your points.
The 10th Annual Ashland Harvest Run is this Saturday, October 19th. Come out and cheer for these runners who are raising money for several local charities including the Patrick Henry YMCA, ACES, and the Free Clinic. The 10K run starts at 8:00 a.m. at Carter Park, and the 5K Run/Walk starts at 8:10.
from 10:00 to 3:00 pm. There will be hayrides, face painting, food, and pumpkins flying everywhere. All proceeds benefit the Hanover Arc. Call 798-2400 to sponsor a team.
As you are planning your trick-or-treating route, or pacing your candy purchases, plan on stopping by the Center to hear spooky music from the Hanover Concert Band and to see all the great costumes walking around town. The Band will play from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Come see if you can spy the pet rat who also likes to listen to the music!
It’s Patrick Henry’s homecoming football game this Friday night. Come cheer on your hometown boys as they take on Thomas Jefferson at 7:00 pm on their home field- Go Patriots!
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who would you be?