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Today’s the Day!

Today’s the Day!

I have prepped for this day all year. 3,500 king sized candy bars are on the table, 20 ghosts and goblins grace my garage, and the team is in place to make this Halloween the spookiest and biggest ever.

I will be on Moose Radio this morning 6:30 a.m. — 9 a.m. (Eastern Time) and you can listen live at 92moose.fm. Even if you don’t live around Lewiston, if you know someone who does, send them over to 16 Brentwood Avenue. The “secret” password will yield at least 3 king sized bars. This year’s password is “The Farmers’ Almanac predicts StormBowl 48.”

Regardless of what you do or how many children visit your home, have a safe, fun and spooky Halloween!!

3 comments

1 cps { 12.08.13 at 11:10 am }

i love it

2 cps { 12.08.13 at 11:09 am }

wow it a lot of candy omg

3 Ashley { 10.31.13 at 10:38 am }

So much candy! You’ll be the talk of the town.

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