The Orangeburg County Fire District is working with other public safety officials to host a Halloween drive-thru from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sunday, October 31.

This free community event will feature decorated emergency vehicles, candy, and fire and life safety information at Orangeburg County Fire District, 131 Firefighter Lane, Orangeburg.

“This event provides children with a great alternative to door-to-door or treatment,” said Teddy Wolfe, Director of Fire Services.

All the friendly ghosts, ghouls and clowns who hand out candy will follow the CDC’s protective measures, including:

• Distribute only store-bought candies. No homemade treats will be distributed.

• Wearing approved face coverings.

• Wearing medical or catering gloves.

Cars will enter the property through the entrance located on Firefighter Lane and Big Buck Boulevard. Follow the aisle to find tips, treats, and emergency vehicles for your viewing pleasure.

This is a drive-through event only. Please do not allow anyone to get out of your vehicle. Vehicles will continue to the exit at Firefighter Lane and Five Chop Road.

Be aware of the increased traffic along Five Chop Road near Firefighter Lane during the event.


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