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Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Trucks and Treats: A New Spin on a New Tradition

As the Trunk and Treat season is making its rounds, Jolly Plumbing in Wilder is taking their own unique spin on it.

Trucks and Treats is an interactive family event where kids ages 4-10 can explore all of Jolly’s excavation equipment while getting something sweet in between.

The event is co-hosted with the Next Chapter Church, and Jolly Plumbing CEO Brady Jolly said the idea arose from their unique relationship with the church.

“Next Chapter rents office space from us and uses our event center space on Sundays. So when we were planning a kids event in October, we thought it would be great to do it in partnership with them,” said Jolly.

Rob Roy, pastor at the Next Chapter Church likes the idea because it allows them to show their children’s ministry area.

“We have done a lot of revamping our children's area so it will be a great opportunity to showcase that to those who may have never heard of us, we’ll have a photo booth, a monster room and a mad scientist lab, so it should be a really good time.”

Along with the trucks and Next Chapters activities, Jolly also plans on having warm apple cider, a poop emoji throw game, and a candy tower made from PVC pipes. Brady Jolly is optimistic about the event.

“We’ve had great feedback so far on social media and are really looking forward the event, hopefully it becomes something we can do every year,” he said.

Trucks and Treats starts at 5 p.m. on October 24th and will go until 7 p.m. in Wilder. Kids (and parents) are encouraged to dress up. To find out more about the event and get an exact address head to Jolly Plumbing’s Facebook page.

Facebook Event Page here.

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