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Posted: Wednesday, October 16, 2013 12:00 am

Lodi Service Unit Girl Scouts will be presenting the second annual Hope Harbor Halloween for children at the Salvation Army’s Hope Harbor shelter.

Organized by Girl Scouts Maryalice Rosa and Hanna Stoltman, the event will help provide costumes and candy for more than 100 needy children. The Girl Scouts are seeking donations of new and gently used Halloween costumes, candy and trick-or-treat bags, as well as volunteers to help assemble them.

Costumes and candy bag drop off location is at Guild Cleaners, 17 S. Church St. Deadline to drop off is Saturday. The costumes and candy will be provided to the children on Tuesday at 5 p.m. at the shelter.

For more information, call project adviser Tracy Stoltman at 209-747-8525.

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