21st. annual Hoboooken’s Haunted House cancelled
Oct 28, 2012 | 1236 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print

Dear Editor:

This is to the children of all-ages in Hoboken and their friends and families.

It is with regret that we must inform you that we will not be hosting our Annual Hoboooken’s Haunted House. This would be our 21st year of providing you with ghosts and goblins.

Unfortunately, we are unable to find somewhere we can hold the event.

We are very grateful to All Saints for letting us use their church on 6th and Willow Avenue. Reverend Curtis has always been kind to us. However, their Board voted to not allow us to use it this year. We understand, they are looking for someone to replace Reverend Curtis and are going through a transition and we are very grateful for the years that they allowed us to use their facility.

The Hoboken Board of Education has always allowed us to use their faculties. However, their committee seems to think because there are now 300 children in Demarest that we shouldn’t use it. We’ve used Demarest in the past when the school was full. But the powers that be think it is not feasible.

We certainly appreciate all the years that we used the gym, but we are very sad that we cannot provide this service to our residents free of charge. However if anyone knows of a place where we can host our haunted house from the 22nd of October until November 2nd please feel free to let us know.

Thank you all, and we hope that you have a safe and Happy Halloween.

Sincerely,
Councilman Michael Russo
Councilwoman Theresa Castellano

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