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Halloween is quickly approaching. The Medford Lakes Police Department wants all of our local Ghosts and Goblins to be safe while Trick-or-Treating! Here are a few tips to help make Halloween night safe and fun:
-wear light colored clothing that is short enough to prevent tripping
-add reflective tape to costumes for more night visibility
-avoid hard plastic or wood props, substitute with foam rubber that is soft and flexible
-go out in daylight and carry a flashlight if you are still out at night
-watch for traffic
-only give and accept wrapped or packaged candy
-examine all candy before eating it
-make sure children can see well out of costume masks
-suggested time of trick-or-treating is between 3 and 8 p.m.
-curfew on mischief night is 10:59 p.m.
Leave your outside lights OFF if you do not want trick-or-treaters to visit your home
If possible, parents should accompany small children.
Children not accompanied by parents, should “Trick-or-Treat” with friends.
The Medford Lakes police will be handing out “Green Glow Necklaces”
CARNIVAL MOVIE WITH JOE CONKLIN
Tickets are now on sale for Canoe Carnival - The Movie, Thursday, November 13, 7:15pm at Neeta School. Comedian Joe Conklin of WIP radio will be performing prior to the show, along with former Laker Jesse Betts. Come out and be entertained by the talents of two great comics, and the premier of a movie which looks back at the many highlights of our 83-year extravaganza! Interviews, videos, fantastic photos and more! Tickets are $18 in advance at $22 at the door. Call Lew Kalb to reserve at 609-953-8392, or stop by the Colony office.
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Medford Lakes Colony
79 Tecumseh Trail
Medford Lakes, NJ 08055
The Medford Lakes Colony office is located in Demby Annex.
Demby Annex is in the back of Vaughan Community House,
79 Tecumseh Trail, Medford Lakes, NJ 08055.
You can call the office Monday - Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.