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Local haunted house to benefit 3 Seasons RV Resort in Re- hoboth Beach has accepted the task of fundraising for a local cause with its haunted house, set to open Thursday, Oct. 25, and run nightly through Saturday, Oct. 27. Titled Haunted Castle, The Devil's Dungeon, this year's event looks to be especially ghost- ly. Resort owners Denny and Judy Quillen chose the Station 3 Pro- ject of the Lewe.s Volunteer Fire Department and the Rehoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Company as the recipient of the proceeds from this year's event. The new fire station will be built on Route 24 and will serve Angola and the surrounding area. The station will be staffed by members of both companies. Kristi Kieffer, recreation direc- tor at 3 Seasons RV Resort, is co- ordinating the construction and direction of the haunted house and activities. Members of the both fire com- panies and employees of 3 Sea- sons will volunteer their time to thrill attendees with Haunted Cas- tle tours, hayrides, a moon bounce and train rides for the younger kids as well as treats for all. .The hours are 7 to 10:30 p.m. nightly, Oct. 25-Oct. 27. The do- Fright Continued from page 86 darkness and ghouls, goblins, monsters and fiends straight from the most horrifying nightmare take up residence along the trail. The trail will feature bloodthirsty vampires, flesh-eting zombies and chainsaw wielding fiends. There are surprises and new frights around every bend includ- ing the torture chamber, the graveyard gallows and guillotine grott o . Several new features will high- light this year's trail. The Trail of Terror opens around 8:30 p.m. Admission to the Trail of Terror is $5. For those waiting in line, hot dogs, drinks and snacks are avail- able at the concession stand each evening. Parking is available within easy walking distance from the Nature Center. All proceeds from the Hal- loween trail support programs at the Seaside Nature Center. For more information, call the Seaside Nature Center at 645-6852. Haunted hayride supports area agencies A Haunted Hayride will be held Oct. 20 and 2 l, beginning at dusk. The cost is$3 per adult and $2 for school-age children. The hayride will take place through the woods at Hollylake Campground. Proceeds will benefit Long Neck Area Girl Scout Troops and Indiah River Fire Department. Minner to host annual Oct. 31 haunted house The governor's mansion. Woodburn, will again serve as the backdrop for Gov. Ruth Ann Minner's annual Halloween Haunted Maze and Grounds, from 6 to 8 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 31. The lawn surrounding Woodburn will be transformed into haunted maze with scary creatures roaming throughout. Minner will greet visitors and hand out treats with the help of her grandchildren, who will be dressed in Halloween cos- tumes. For more information, call 302-739-5656. :/2 Price Pae//e Night , One, Get One :/: Servin Dinner Daily [TOm 5 Reservations & Information a:7-4z99 :8 First Street, Rehoboth Beach CAPE GAZETTE , Friday, Oct. 19 - Oct. 25, 2001 - 87 f're companies nation is $5 for adults and $3 for kids under 12. A special nonscary matinee will be offered from 2 to 4 p.m., Satur- day, Oct. 27. The donation for the matinee is $2 per person. All pro- ceeds will benefit the Station 3 Project. Free parking and a shuttle to the Haunted Castle is located at the County Bank parking lot on the comer of Route I- and Country Club Road, Rehoboth Beach. The shuttle will operate Thurs- day, Friday and Saturday from 6:30 to 11.:30 p.m., and from 2 to 4 p.m., for the matinee on Satur- day. For more information, call 227-2564. Friday and Saturday Jazz Festival Weekend M0La n t e I t a l i a n 0 Qnnnmmnuuu 4440 Hhwa One Rehoboth Beach, DE 227-0550 .Serving,,, it0tt-R Iw'r TO .qfr Irish Eyes Pub & Restaurant MO / PYg'! pRIME RIB mioHr IRISH HAPPY HOUR 4-7 o BANDS F,,., m,, "-" " " "- " "" n | ..1 Serving Lunch Dinner Late Night !1 El =',C; 527B Rehoboth Avenue, Rehoboth Beach 227-5758 J oin us in a celebration of American music and help us support the brave American heroes that have lost their lives. We are proud to show our support by matching your donations to either: DISASTER RELIEF FLlND THE SEPTEMBER I l th FUND o.o JAZZ FEST 2001 LINE UP "" FRIDAY Enjoy a romantic dinner to the sultry jazz stylings of: DAVID AND VESSA 8-12 * Dinner served 5-11 SATURDAY Join us to welcome back the sophisticated jazz of the last half century with: THE TONY GRANBERRY QUARTET * Dinner served 5-11 SUNDAY Jazz Brunch with DAVID ZIPSE 11-2 THE 2001 JAZZ. JAM FINALE The original and longest running jam session in Rehoboth retums hosted by: THE DAVID ZIPSE TRIO Join the fun while guest musicians unwind and jam 7.? *Dinner served 5-11 EARLY BIRDDINNING FROM 5-6:30 $5.00 MENU ENTREES www.capegazette.com ,