A delicious evening of frights and scares was brought to Chillicothe the Friday before Halloween. In our scary garb and blood stained faces we brought screams and looks of horror to little faces. The room was set, the spiderwebs hung and skeletons dangled as small little feet were tormented through the hall. We filled the room with smoke and fog and before we knew it we had scared them all. But it wasn’t long until the hall was filled with blaring fire alarms from the smoke that clogged our Haunted House. But never fear we persevered and soon thereafter we haunted and frightened all the kiddos who dare tread through our haunted halls.
The small acts of service we provide in our community are not for recognition but strictly just a way for us to show our community we are thankful for their support. Service projects are one way we are able to give back to a community who has given so much to its citizens. However, at the end of April, Venture Crew 91 was given the great honor of being awarded the Pearce Ambassador Award for volunteerism. Every year Pearce Community Center recognizes individuals and groups for their community service. We are so very humbled to be so publicly recognized for our service. Thank you for such an honor and we have every intention of continuing to serve our community in every way possible.