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A Halloween BeneFRIGHT

Event Date: October, 27 2012

Event Times: 7:00 pm

Reach Counseling Services Presents A HALLOWEEN BENEFRIGHT

All proceeds to benefit local child and adult victims of trauma caused by sexual and physical violence.  The spirits of Halloween and support of those in need will come together in a special way as Reach Counseling Services along with Ridgeway Country Club celebrate the first annual Halloween BENEFRIGHT costume event from 7PM-Midnight on Saturday, October 27.

Ridgeway Country Club, located at Hwy 76 and Cty Rd. II in Neenah, will be the hip and haunted place to be with musical groups 3 Jacks and a Jill and Cheeseheads with Attitude providing entertainment and Menacing Master Chef Steve Wamsley offering a devilish display of hors d’oeurves. Raffles with prizes including cash and autographed Green Bay Packer memorabilia, a chance to profit when you “Beat the Pro” on the Ghostly Golf Simulator, and a Costume Contest with prizes will round out this fiendishly fun party. All of this is offered for the unearthly minimum donation of $10 per person. Club members, guests and non-members are all invited to this adult event.

All proceeds to benefit local child and adult victims of trauma caused by sexual and physical violence.

Generous event sponsors are Ridgeway Country Club, Aspen Landing, and Digiprint.

Reach Counseling Services is a non-profit, outpatient mental health agency providing counseling and supportive services to individuals and families affected by trauma resulting from sexual and domestic violence at its Neenah and Oshkosh locations
Ridgeway Country Club Hwy 76 and Cty Rd. II Neenah, WI

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