BREAKING UPDATE -- Bounce House with Haunted House -- "Operation find a haunted house, get the most candy" -- Accomplished

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We did some trick-or-treat scouting this morning to see where to go, where to get the most candy, and where to go through a haunted house.  Believe it or not we found out that the Lions Club will have a haunted house located directly across from the BP gas station.  There will also be a BOUNCE HOUSE that has been sponsored by People's Savings Bank.

Our next goal was to find out where to get the most candy.  First we found the stash of candy, mounds of it, more candy than we had ever seen in our lives, a childhood dream.  Employees of City Hall took care of filling bags full of candy that had been donated by businesses and individuals of New Haven.

Members of the New Haven Police and EMS Departments will be handing out the bags full of candy at the haunted house.  To top it all off, New Haven/Berger Fire Department will also be handing out candy next to the BP gas station.

Mission accomplished…haunted house, candy, one stop, and a safe way for kids to enjoy Halloween.

Members of New Haven’s Police Department and EMS would like to thank the following individuals and businesses for their donations and making it possible for kids to have a safe place to trick or treat.

Citizens Bank, Save-A-Lot, QuickNewHavenNews, New Haven Lumber, Wayne Groner Insurance, Colony house, Subway, Hair, Shelter Insurance, Home Oil Co., Carol Hebbler, New Haven Motor Co., Bank of Franklin County, Corner Stop, Green Light Training, Leader Publishing (Pat & Tom Anderson), Lock and Load, and New Haven Lions Club.

Chief John Sheible said, “I think this is the most donations and amount of candy we have ever had.  Even in our country’s current economy, local businesses still make it a priority to support the community.  New Haven is a special place with a lot of special people.”