412 Church in San Jacinto presents their annual Fall Festival

Every ball tossed in a pumpkin bucket means a piece of candy for this little girl at 412 Church’s Oct. 31 Fall Festival. Tony Ault photo
Instead of witches and goblin costumes, it was angels and Bible character costumes at 412 Church’s annual Fall Festival on Halloween Thursday, Oct. 31, in San Jacinto with lots of candy and family friendly games. Although a few dark Halloween characters still roamed the grounds at 1450 W. Seventh St. in San Jacinto, the little angels, teen monks, farmers and other attendees in costume overwhelmed the campus and shed light on the fun around them. Even the costumed Angel of Death had to leave his scythe outside. It was a time to celebrate life, not death at the church led by the Rev. Roy Ryder. Ryder greeted visitors to the church, sharing the church’s plan for the evening and offering families a brief video Bible story about Jesus and his disciples. Each person entering the fun zo
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