Adrian seeking spooky people for Halloween events
By ROGER A FERGUSON
Daily Telegram Staff Writer
ADRIAN--Halloween is still more than two months away, but Adrian Community Services is already looking for monsters of all sorts to put out a spook in residents come mid-October.
In its inaugural year, the city-sponsored haunted house and hay ride attracted more than 1,300 people and raised more than $5,000 for its scholarship fun, which is used to offset the cost of programs for children of little means.
To make this year even more successful, the city is seeking volunteers to develop scenes and provide manpower for the event.
Last year several groups came forward and donated literally hundreds of volunteer hours and services.
"Since the goal this October is to make the attraction bigger, scarier and more intense, the Community Services Department is again seeking goblins, monsters and graves to assist with the project," said Dan Rodgerson of community services. "A few carpenters, electricians and artists would also be nice."
Dan Rodgerson added that the event can also act as a fundraiser for other organizations donating time or materials.
"Designing, building and staffing a haunted house is not an easy task, and we would like to share that task with a few civic groups or clubs," he said.
Organizational meetings for the even are planned at the end of August and any organization or club wishing to assist with the project can call community services.
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