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High-visibility bags for Halloween safety

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Students at Castle Heights Elementary show their brightly-colored Halloween candy bags.Representatives from all three stations of Castle Country Radio got on the road Wednesday to make sure local kids had just what they needed for Halloween, a proper bag to carry away all that delicious loot. Local personalities from KARB Kickin' Country, KRPX 95.3 the PEAK and KOAL AM 750 delivered over 3,500 Halloween safety bags to every elementary school in both Carbon and Emery County. The bag giveaway culminated a week-long Halloween safety campaign, a program organized by Castle Country Radio and voiced by Carbon and Emery law enforcement officers along with the Utah Highway Patrol. Castle Country Radio would like to thank: ConocoPhillips, Emery Telcom, Bucyrus, Castle Country Family Medicine, David Hinkins, Swifts, McDonalds, Christine Watkins, Ethan Hurdsman, Savage Services, Castleview Physical Therapy, Emery Care and Rehabilitation, Chute Supply, Wal-Mart, Emery County Recreation and Sutherlands for making this safety campaign possible with their generous sponsorship.

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