Ashley Falls PTA Spooky House

Sebastian, Oliver, and Joshua Charat-Collins

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Ashley Falls PTA and Dads’ Club presented the annual Ashley Falls Spooky House Oct. 25-26, hosted by the 6th grade class.  The MUR was transformed into a house of chills and thrills to help get elementary school children in the mood for Halloween.  There were  frightful tours for older children and calmer tours for the little ones.  Pizza, drinks, and baked goods were also on sale.

Photos/Jon Clark

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