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Middletown resident’s Halloween supports St. Jude’s

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This year the reigning Middletown Halloween Contest winner Kelly Jenkins of 5th Street is participating in the National Skeletons for St. Jude’s campaign to raise funds for the Children’s research hospital.

The campaign has raised over $250,000 nationally in total to go towards the Children’s hospital where parents don’t have to pay to have their children cared for.

Jenkins’ participation in the Skeletons for St. Jude’s effort includes a QR code that can be scanned with a smartphone to connect to a website for additional information on St. Jude’s Children Hospital.

As far as the Middletown Halloween decorating contest is concerned the winner will be chosen by an independent group of judges the night of Oct. 28 and announced Halloween night.

The contest includes a $100 grand prize with a second-place prize of $50 and a third-place prize of $25.

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