I got nothing. I said some stuff, played some music and gave away some tickets to see Christian Lopez and Joe Taxi as well as Chelsea McBee in Winchester. Other wise, I was a little slacky this morning. Here's what I discussed on the show.
6:15- Halloween Candy hierarchy. You know you don't want to receive pennies, pencils, hugs, those nasty peanut marshmallows or whoppers candies for Halloween. This chart ranks the best and the worst. The person who created this might need a life. Just sayin.
Also, here are some costumes that are related to tv shows that are pretty funny. http://www.tvweek.com/blogs/tvbizwire/2013/10/which-halloween-costumes-are-h.php
6 45- Halloween Candy Buy Back. Don't eat all that sugary goodness. Take it to a participating dentist and have them donate it to the troops. You'll even get a goodie bag too! http://www.halloweencandybuyback.com/index.html
7:15 –Freebies for Halloween
Did you know that a bunch of restaurants are starting to offer freebies or money off their products for Halloween? Kind of like they do for 4th of July and Veterans day. This story give some great Halloween Freebies !
This is what's up for Halloween tonight.
Hancock Halloween Parade
October 30th at 7:30pm. This parade will feature area bands, Halloween floats, antique autos and costumed marchers of all ages. In case of rain it will be held on Oct 31st
Shep-or-Treat event to be held
SHEPHERDSTOWN - Shepherd University will host its 13th annual Shep-or-Treat from 7 to 9 p.m. Oct. 30. All faculty, staff, and community members are encouraged to bring their children (ages 14 and under) for a fun night of festivities in the residence halls, Student Center, Dining Hall, Scarborough Library, and Wellness Center.
Before the Shep-or-Treat festivities begin, Shepherd's Dining Services will be hosting a spooktacular kid-friendly all-you-can-eat dinner from 4:30 to 8 p.m. The dinner is $7 for adults and $3 for kids ages 3-7.