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January 27, 2014

Pleasantville Sno*Ball Festival is this weekend

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Pleasantville —

        Coffee, Hot Chocolate, and Doughnuts will be provided
        Location: Pleasantville Senior Center - 116 E. Monroe St. (515) 848-3538
        Cost: Free / No registration necessary
        (Sponsored by the Pleasantville Senior Center)
 
    10:00 a.m. - Slip-n-Slide
        Packet pick-up begins at 9:00 a.m. at Smokey Row, Pleasantville
        Cost: $30 ($20 if paid by January 11)
        Download the registration form  from www.PleasantvilleChamber.org/Events.aspx
        For more information, e-mail Deb Cook at dcook@pleasantville.k12.ia.us
        (Sponsored by Pleasantville High School Spanish & Science Clubs)
 
    11:00 a.m. - Dodgeball
        High School/Adult Teams
        Location: Pleasantville High School Gym
        Cost: $40/team
        Download the registration form  from www.PleasantvilleChamber.org/Events.aspx.  Registrations due by January 29th.
        (Sponsored by Prom/After Prom Committee)
 
    4:00 - 6:30 p.m. - Chili Cook-off
        Location: Memorial Hall, downtown Pleasantville
        Cost: $5 at the door includes judging and all-you-can-eat
        If you would like to enter the chili cook-off, please contact Don Dursky at Director@PleasantvilleChamber.org
        (Sponsored by the Pleasantville Chamber of Commerce)
 
    7:00 p.m. - Hypno-Sis, a comedy hypnosis stage show
        Location: Memorial Hall, downtown Pleasantville
        Cost: $10/person at the door
        For more information, contact Don Dursky at Director@PleasantvilleChamber.org
        (Sponsored by Pleasantville Chamber and Prom/After-Prom Committee)
 
    8:30 p.m. - Trivia Night
        Location: Memorial Hall, downtown Pleasantville
        Cost: $100/team of 10 people
        Must be 21 to attend
        Prize awarded to 1st place team
        Download the registration form or register online at www.PleasantvilleChamber.org
        (Sponsored by Pleasantville Chamber of Commerce)

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