As families decide how best to celebrate Halloween in the midst of pandemic restrictions, this may be an option worth considering…
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OCTOBER, 2017: SCOTTSDALE, AZ
As families of children and teens work together to plan their annual Halloween festivities, one family is changing up their traditions, or, rather, continuing those began 500 years ago.
“We don’t celebrate Halloween,” said Mrs. Geneva Knox, mother of four, as she welcomed reporters into her home, sharing both insights and all natural, gluten and taste free porridge snacks.
“No,” added her husband, local pastor Mr. William Knox, as he coughed his way through the snacks. “That’s just a terrible day… all about devils and sugar…not healthy spiritually or physically!”
Mrs. Knox nodded in agreement and explained that instead of succumbing to the lure of free candy and unholy costumes, she and Mr. Knox would be starting a new door-to-door tradition with their children. Rather than miss out on the fun of trick-or-treating, the Knox family is reforming the annual pagan romp according to their…
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