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October 25, 2012

A haunting benefit for Triton

Family event to support stadium project

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The event continues outside at 5:30 p.m. with a performance by the local band So Said the Sun on the field, where a fire pit will be lit.

Costs vary per activity, from $5 for entry into the haunted house to $1 for tickets to play games or enjoy a pony or hay ride.

Dan Valianti, a member of the stadium project committee, encouraged the community to come out and support the event.

“This is a community event for everyone to enjoy, from students to parents to neighbors, knowing that the money raised will go toward something that is very much needed, and will benefit generations to come,” Valianti said. “It is worth all the time and effort that everyone has dedicated to this event.”

The festivities will be held rain or shine. For more information, contact tritonregionalpta@gmail.com or call Susan Moran at 978-465-4164 or Jane O’Keefe at 978-430-5252.

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