Spooktacula Extended to Halloween Graveyard & Forest on Halloween night! Some brave souls ventured out and did visit the graveyard. Those were greeted by mobile skeletons, caskets, tombstones, a quiet but ferocious looking dog, an ambling (but relatively harmless) ghoul, a huge blue spook, a bloody sheet-covered body come to life. Also occasionally a tall, slender skeleton which was noisy.
Thanks to Andy Phelan, master prop and gadget maker, who designs and builds all the scary items. Thanks also to those who came out this night to help, Kate Ellison, Andy, Maureen Murtha, and Ray Gerner. Also Doug and Merrilee, who spent much time and work and provided space and facilities.
What an asset to the community is Rum 138, which provides services and events which unite the community in education, art and music. Hats off to Doug and Merrillee who are always there to provide needed space and facilities for whomever needs to manifest a good cause and to help in any issue needed to improve the welfare of the residents of the community.
After the fun is over, or the event finished and everyone goes home, Doug and Merrillee clean up and put things away for the next event. A thankless job but indeed they are appreciated.
Thank you Doug and Merrillee from OSFR and the community.
THIS IS THE GRAVEYARD, THE GHOUL’S TURF
SKULLY BUT IN A DINGHY, NOT A SCULL
I’M NOT QUITE SURE ABOUT THIS GUY
Comments by OSFR historian Jim Tatum.
-A river is like a life: once taken, it cannot be brought back-