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By Teresa Simpson
Whitman County Gazette 

Haunted Palouse postponed until next fall

Planning team seeks those interested in leadership roles for Haunted Palouse 2024


September 28, 2023

PALOUSE — The Haunted Palouse planning team has postponed its annual haunted house and zombie trail events this year, resuming in 2024, due to needing to fill leadership roles for the event.

Haunted Palouse Coordinator Jamie Gaber said they will strengthen the core group that puts the event on. “We’re going to have a community Halloween celebration,” Gaber said, noting that it will be on Saturday, Oct. 21, and is a pumpkin carving contest titled “Pumpkin Palooza: Carve-tastrophe!”

Categories for the contest include Gremlins, ages 3-12, Teens aged 13-17, and Monsters 18 and old...

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