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Halloween history and safety tips
For Joint Base San Antonio members and their families, celebrating Halloween safely is a matter of following common-sense tips that can make the day enjoyable without any unsafe incidents.
By all accounts, traditional Halloween customs are looking a little different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tyndall Air Force Base is working hard this Halloween to make sure the scariest thing for parents and kids to worry about is an empty bag with no candy.Halloween is full of spooks and scares around every corner, which makes safety a top priority for Tyndall.
The COVID-19 pandemic may make things a little different this year, so here are some tips to get through this Halloween safely. As always, please ensure to follow the guidelines of the Center for Disease Control.
Ghosts, goblins, and other terrifying monsters will soon be haunting your neighborhood. But of course these non-threatening creatures of the night are none other than children who are enjoying the revelries of Halloween.
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