Broken Bow Elks Host “Ghosts and Goblins” Party Sunday

Broken Bow Elks Host “Ghosts and Goblins” Party Sunday
State Elks President Jane Berggren with Lodge 1688 members Mick Clark and Stan Sedlacek. Photo credit: Broken Bow Elks Lodge.

BROKEN BOW – The Broken Bow Elks hosted a “Ghosts and Goblins” Party on Sunday, October 23, with spectacular attendance.

Over 60 kids and 40 accompanying parents descended upon the lodge to play games including bowling and corn hole. Halloween candy and seasonal prizes were awarded to all winners of the games.

Families gathered at the tables to enjoy punch and cookies while the kids played games, decorated their pumpkins, and jumped in the Bounce House with a slide inside. Photo credit: Broken Bow Elks Lodge.

Temporary tattoos and free pumpkins were given away as well. An inflatable bounce house outside the lodge helped kids 10 and under work off some sugar-charged energy. The Elks provided cookies and punch for attendees no matter their age.

The remarkable work of 13 volunteers made the event possible, and even though they seemingly had everything planned and plotted, the Elks were still surprised by a visit from Nebraska State Elks President Jane Berggren.

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