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Halloween Food Drive 2017

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Phil Angeez & Skull create Trick or Treat House each year as a gift to their Hauntlake Neighbors.

Many folks have asked about making a contribution whether it be financial or extra bags of candy.

The Skeletons decided to take that Community Giving Spirit and focus it on a Food Drive

 with all items collected being donated to Lifelong/Chicken Soup Brigade.

These are the items that they need the most:

Multi-grain & Healthy Cereal

Canned Tuna

Canned Meals (Soup, Stew, etc)

Canned Beans

Peanut Butter
Canned Fruits & Vegetables

Macaroni & Cheese

Rice / Pasta Meals

Whole Wheat Dry Pasta 

Jarred or Canned Spaghetti Sauce

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So, this year when you come by to see the Skellies

in their "super-natural" setting, The Hauntlake Cemetery ,

feel free to drop off an unexpired canned good or two in the blue ofrenda cabinet.

 

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Out of town friends of Trick or Treat House

and those wishing to make a cash Donation

to Lifelong/Chicken Soup Brigade

may do so through their website.

When prompted, "What inspired your gift today?",

Please choose "Trick or Treat House !" from the drop-down menu. 

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Wow ! The Friends of Trick or Treat House are the Best !

 Thank you all so much.

Here's the Running Total, so far:

 

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Canned Goods - 124 + 115 = 239

Box Meals - 32 + 14 =  46

Dry Pasta - 15 lbs. + 6 lbs. = 21 lbs.

Rice/Grains/Flour/Dry Beans - 2 lbs. = 2 lbs.

Cereal/Crackers/Other - 22 = 22

Beverage - 2 = 2

Sauces/Other - 8 + 2 = 10

Snacks -  
Household Items
Pet Food -
Candy - 3 lbs. = 3 lbs.  
 

 
 

Cash Donations - $333 = $333

 

 

 

 

Thank You Hauntlake Neighbors

and Friends of Trick or Treat House !

 

 

last updated 11/4/18 - 5:48 pm 

 

Amounts in Orange are from Oct. 1 - 30, 2018 

Amounts in Blue are from Halloween Night, Nov. 1 & 2 

Amounts in Yellow are the current grand totals  

 

 

 

 

 

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