January 27, 2023
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Photos provided by Brittany Pendley/Muleshoe Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture and Muleshoe Heritage Foundation

The Muleshoe Heritage Foundation hosted he inaugural Howl at the Mule Halloween Festival on Sunday.

The event was a result of the cooperation between several Muleshoe organizations and individuals. There were food trucks, lots of goodies and lots of kiddos and families present.

The highlight of the event was the haunted stories/tours of the heritage center.

Prior to the event, the Muleshoe Heritage Foundation asked Muleshoe High School students to submit fictional haunted stories about seven of the houses at the center. The winning stories were picked and shared during haunted tours of the center with plenty of help along the way to enhance the scare factor.

Winners of the contest included: Jeremiah Watts, Camilo Espinoza, Anastasia Soto, Tatiana Lawson, Payton Critchley, Naomi Muniz and Tru Navarette.

Participating organizations included: Bailey County 4H, MHS FFA, Muleshoe Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture, Muleshoe Art Association, MHS Art Class, MHS Softball, Heifer Shack Designs, Val McCamish and Maria Sierra. The Muleshoe Fire Department also took part.

Ellysa Harris

Muleshoe Journal


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