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• At Saturday’s opening of the Tunnel of Terror in Rathdrum, owners Ruth and Ed Maryott held a food drive and collected more than 690 pounds to benefit the Rathdrum food bank. “They didn’t have much on their shelves when we went to deliver on Monday, but they do now,” said Ruth. She was elated at the turnout of approximately 299 people. On average, opening night has seen about 100 to 115 people over the course of the 17 years it has operated.

• Rose Lake Historical Society is having its annual Hunter’s Breakfast and Indoor Garage Sale benefit this weekend. The all-you-can-eat breakfast is served from 4:30 to 11 a.m. and the garage sale happens from 7 a.m. till noon on Saturday and Sunday. Cost for breakfast is $8.

• The Idaho State Tax Commission is offering a class giving insight on Idaho State tax permits, employer requirements, exemption certificates, income tax withholding for Idaho employees and Idaho sales tax and more. The free class is at 10 a.m. on Oct. 16 at the tax commission office, 1910 Northwest Blvd. Register through Eventbrite.com.

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