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Ever Wonder How Many Munchies Were Consumed at the 1st Night Walk?

by Press Release
January 15, 2019

Speaking of snacks. I’ve tried to evaluate our 6th Annual First Night Trail Walk “by the numbers.” This is hard, because I anchor Blair Square every year, I don’t get to see everything. Below is our best estimate of the snacks consumed, so now I ask: WHO is ready for our 5th Annual Trail Run in June? 

593 cups of hot chocolate
590 hot dogs
390 slices of pizza
400 S’mores
200 fortune cookies
174 donuts (150 munchkins, 24 donuts)
110 bags of trail mix
80 cups of cider
150 glasses of sparkling juice
100 lollipops
7 boxes of cookies

And thankfully not consumed, but enjoyed by our youngest walkers:
260 glow things

And over at the Arch Street Bridge, Agricultural Commission Chairman PJ Kilkelly told the HollistonReporter.com that his group poured 38 gallons of hot cider.

 

 

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