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Cowboy Fellowship plans festival

Cowboy Fellowship plans festival
Peter Pawelek (from left), Holden Pawelek, and Hadley Pawelek are ready for some fun, games, and candy at the Cowboy Fellowship’s Fall Festival.

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October 24, 2012
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These kids can’t wait for the 2012 Fall Festival sponsored by Cowboy Fellowship. This year’s event is set for Wednesday, Oct. 31, from 6-8 p.m. in the Jourdanton City Park, located at S.H. 16 S. in Jourdanton.

There will be new activity booths and a photography area, but the yearly favorites will also be waiting for you. Don’t miss the fishing booths, the trash toss, face painting, tattoos, the ring toss, and the dunking booth, along with Plinko games, a roping area, and much more.

First Baptist Church-Jourdanton will be adding booths and the Jourdanton Police Department and civic organizations will have added information.

A special area for toddlers and small children will be just the right spot for the little ones from ages 1 to 4.

Games and fun for older children and teens will be available, too.

Tons of candy will be given away all night long. Free candy or prizes will be available at every booth. Skeedoodles and Sniggles the Clown will be sharing a special message about Jesus throughout the evening.

The highlight of this year’s Fall Festival will be a fireworks show at the end of the night. Beginning around 8:15 p.m., professional pyro- technicians will fill up the night sky with a dazzling firework production.

Mark your calendar now for Wednesday, Oct. 31, and plan to be part of the fun and entertainment at the Fall Festival. There is no admission fee. Wear a costume or come as you are for an evening filled with music, games, prizes, and fireworks.

For more information, call 830-769-3733 or

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