Dillonvale offering Halloween spooks
DILLONVALE – For the fifth year a little Halloween fun will benefit the needy by providing non-perishable food to an area soup kitchen.
Mason’s Sports Grill will host the Haunted Train Station from now through Halloween.
The only charge to attend the event is a non-perishable donations of a non-perishable food item or canned good. Organizers also accept canned goods. The items are donated to the Soup Kitchen of Wheeling and will also be used to provide Thanksgiving meals to area needy families.
“This is a way for everyone to help those who need assistance and to have fun while they do it,” said Greg Suto who owns Mason’s and Casey’s Restaurant. “This will mark the third year we have held the event at Masons. Prior to that we held it at Caseys.”
He promising eight rooms of fright with live and animated gouls to be found along the 15-minute tour route.
“We have prepared an actual old-time train station for the tours,” said Suto. “It’s located right behind Masons’s Sports Grill. We’ve have parking available and promise at least one or two really good scares per tour!”
Suto noted tours are available for all ages.
“If we have children in a group…we tone it down,” he said.
Volunteers assisting in the event are John Jackson, Danny Balvin, Chad Stratton, Casey Suto, Mason Suto, Jason Thomas, Rodney Adams and Greg and Debbie Suto.
The address is 5684 Rt 152, Dillonvale, and more information may be obtained by calling 740-769-2600.