SPOOKY HALLOWEEN
TRAIL WALK

SPOOKY HALLOWEEN TRAIL WALK

OCTOBER 23, 2021

We're baaaaack!

NICER is hosting the 3rd annual Spooky Halloween Trail Walk on Saturday, October 23rd at the Hurley School Adventure Trails. This year, two spooky trail experiences will be offered and we have a feeling it will be an awfully good time!

TRICK OR TREAT TRAIL
TIME: 2:00 - 3:30 PM
COST: $10 PER FAMILY

Family Friendly! All ages welcome! Wear your costume and bring your trick or treat bags, as our stations will be handing out candy on the trail.

TERROR TRAIL
TIME: 6:30 - 8:00 PM
COST: $5 PER PERSON

Do you think you have what it takes to survive the TERROR TRAIL? Recommended for anyone ages 12+. Youth under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.

We invite individuals, families, businesses, organizations, school sports teams, etc. to take part in this fun community event. Anyone interested in volunteering... your duties are simple. Volunteers are required to pick a costume theme, arrive in costume, and work a designated station during the walk. It's a great time! With NICER offering two walk experiences this year, you just have to decide if you would like to volunteer at the Trick or Treat Trail, Terror Trail, OR BOTH! If you are interested in volunteering or have any questions, please contact Rebecca Holm at 715-862-0800 or benicer@nicer715.com.

Hope to see you there!

Thank you to the Hurley School District for allowing NICER to host this event at at the school. Also thank you to the area businesses, organizations and individuals who have generously donated to the Spooky Halloween Trail Walk. Donations received will be used to purchase candy, supplies, decorations, and promotional materials for this event.

2021 Spooky Halloween Trail Walk Donors (in no particular order):
Extension Iron County (event
support)
Diane & Joe Simonich, Iron County 4-H Leaders Association, Rebecca Lynch (Edward Jones-Ironwood), Kiwanis Club of Ironwood, City of Hurley, Jeff & Debbie Vandevoorde,
Dale Wicklund,
Gerry & David Traczyk, Ironwood-Hurley Rotary Club, Beth Saari, Walmart, Paul & Nikki Samardich, Aukee Chiropractic, Ironwood Area Business & Professional Women (IABPW), The Saari Family (Ken, Amy, & Connor), City of Montreal, Future Plumbing, Giovanoni True Value Hardware, Fran Mrozinski, Kathy Koski