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Covington Boo Fest Helps Northshore Families Helping Families

October 20, 2010

Want to celebrate Halloween and help make a difference?  Go to the Lakeview Regional Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine facility (19055 Kane Lane) on Saturday, October 30th, 2010 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm for “Boo Fest”.  The Covington“Boo Fest” helps Northshore Families Helping Families charity.  The “Boo Fest” is the first fundraiser of its type to help benefit the local Hammond area charity, who helps children with disabilities as well as their families.

At the event, kids can enjoy trick-or-treating, so make sure to dress up!  There will be gruesome games, freakish fun and eerie eats for everyone to enjoy.  A Jambalaya Cook-Off is scheduled as well.  Donations will be accepted at the event, so feel free to give as well as receive.

Sponsors of the Covington “Boo Fest” include:

Covington Boo Fest Helps Northshore Families Helping FamiliesNorth Oaks Health System
Fidelity Homestead
Hancock Bank
Tangipahoa Tourism
Burns Estate Planning, LLC
Southeastern Lousiana University
First Guaranty Bank
Louisiana Federal Credit Union
Specialty LTCH Hospital in Hammond
Walmart
Emery & James, LTD Gohres Insurance
Charter Business
Regions Bank

If you want something different to do for Halloween as well as a great, fun way to help a wonderful charity, consider Covington‘s “Boo Fest”, which helps Northshore Families Helping Families.  Food, fun, candy and goodwill…that’s part of what makes Tangipahoa Parish and St Tammany Parish such great places to live!

Yvonne Martin, The Martin Team, Let My Family Bring Your Family Home to Hammond

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