North Acres hosting fall festival Sunday

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North Acres Baptist Church will host a Community Fall Festival at Victory Park Sunday.

From 4 until 5:30 p.m., several activities will be on tap including trunk or treat, games and free food. Admission is free.
The church asks that participants bring a canned good at the entrance, which will be donated to the United Christian Assistance Program.

“We’re not only using this time for the community to come together, but also to raise support for UCAP that does so much for our community and help those in desperate need,” the Rev. Jeff Gray, pastor of the church, said. “They’ve been hurting a lot lately with not having enough funds, or enough food, and we’ll take all that over to UCAP.”

Gray says activities will be for all ages. There will be four bounces houses, games and trunk or treat.

“It will be trick-or-treating from people’s trunks that will be set up out there,” he said. “It’ll be decorated just like you would if you go to a house.”

Kids will be allowed to wear their costumes for Halloween, he said, but it is not mandatory. A raffle will include many prizes and gift cards, Gray said. They’ll have hot dogs, snow cones, popcorn and drinks as well.

In case of inclement weather, the festival will be moved to the church, located at 1852 Lewisville Road.


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