3rd Annual Candy Crawl Hosted by the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office

KINGMAN – The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Public Outreach Program (MCSO POP) is excited to be hosting our 3rd  Annual Candy Crawl on Saturday, October 31 from 5-7 PM. The event will be held at the Mohave County  Sheriff’s Office located at 600 W Beale St., Kingman, AZ. We are also hosting a Pumpkin Carving Contest  in conjunction with the Candy Crawl. All entries must be dropped off Thursday, October 29th between 8  a.m. – 5 p.m. at the MCSO Office. The entries will be judged on Friday and ALL entries will be displayed at  the Candy Crawl on Saturday.  

The Candy Crawl was created by the MCSO POP team to give children and parents a safe space to enjoy  Halloween and let our community interact with our local First Responders on a fun level while humanizing  the badge. The MCSO POP team was designed to educate the youth about proper use of 911, personal  safety and safety while on the internet. Our instructors have gone into the schools and held Personal Safety  Assemblies to grades K-5 and are looking at expanding into other levels and topics as soon as they can.  We are looking forward to getting back into the schools and educating our youth!  

Come down and join us at The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office on Halloween night from 5-7 PM and don’t  forget to bring in your carved pumpkins on Thursday, October 29th to be entered into our Pumpkin Carving  Contest! Winners will be announced at the Candy Crawl.  

We’d also like to give a huge thank you to the K-9 Foundation for their efforts in gathering donations for this  event along with all of our other sponsors: Dot Foods, Golden Valley Dollar General Employees, Bill  Burrows, Frozen Yogurt Island, WalMart, Don Heck, Harry Traxler and our community for all of your  donations! This wouldn’t be possible without all of your support.  

Please enter the Mohave County Administration parking lot off Historic Rt. 66 for parking and walk up  Metcalfe Rd to enter the Candy Crawl. We will have our event set up for one-way traffic for proper socially  distancing.