MISSION - Mission Fire Department's seventh annual haunted hayride will be Oct. 30 at Mission Park. Gates open at 5 p.m. with the Little Goblins (non-scary) ride starting at 6 p.m. and the adult Trail of Terror at 8 p.m.
Cost for ages 12 and up, $10; kids age 4-11, $8; and kids 3 and under are free. Bring a food shelf donation and receive $1 off admission.
More information and advanced tickets are available at www.missionfiredepartment.com.
HART offers program for seniors
Heartland Animal Rescue Team will host a workshop from 9:30 to 11:30 p.m. Oct. 30, at the Northland Arboretum. This workshop is open to adults over 55 and is free.
The workshop will be addressing HART's new program for senior people and pets as well as the benefits of adopting and owning a senior pet. Other topics of interest that will be discussed are: Who takes your pet when you no longer can care for it, the joys of owning a senior pet and of course a question and answer time.
Voters may register at the polls on Election Day
Voters who did not meet the Oct. 12 deadline to register to vote in advance, still have the option of voting in the Nov. 2 general election.
Crow Wing County Auditor Deborah Erickson reported residents may register to vote at their poling place on Election Day by proving residence in one of the following ways.
• Provide a Minnesota's driver's license or Minnesota photo identification card with current address in the precinct.
• Photo identification plus yellow receipt for Minnesota driver's license with current address in precinct.
• Tribal identification recognized by Bureau of Indian Affairs with name, address, signature and picture.
• Prior registration in precinct.
• Notice of late registration from the Crow Wing County auditor.
• Utility bill in addition to photo identification.
The above forms of identification are the only ones authorized by Minnesota law and rules.
For more information, contact the auditor's office at 824-1045.
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