Pumpkin Glow set to light up Choudrant
Choudrant Restoration and Beautification Society plans to scare up a good time in the village during its fourth annual Pumpkin Glow. The event will be from dusk until 8 p.m. on Oct. 30 in the park at the corner of U.S. Highway 80 and Louisiana Highway 145. Due to construction, the Pumpkin Glow has been moved from the front of Choudrant High School.
Pumpkin Glow chair and CRABS member Megan Farrar said the Pumpkin Glow is one way CRABS brings the community together each fall while also promoting a safer holiday.
“We want to sponsor a good, safe Halloween for our community,” she said. “(The Pumpkin Glow) stops (kids) from knocking on random doors. We’ve got everyone centrally located. They’re not running up and down the street.”