Falloween raises funds for scholarships

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It is the 5th year for a popular fall festival that draws thousands to a high school campus in Indiana.

Falloween starts Friday and invites people of all ages to have fun for a good cause. Most of the proceeds of the weekend-long event go to help high school seniors attend college. In the past 4 years, Falloween has drawn over 10,000 people over one weekend event, and has raised over $70,000 toward scholarships.

The event includes 15 rides, musical performances, a Grand Parade, a variety of food and fireworks.

Falloween is made possible through community support, including students and faculty. High school principal, William Morton, is the founder and co-chair. Plus, FFA students sell a variety of items, including mums, to help generate support for the annual festival.

For a full list of events and times, click here for the John Glen website.


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