Haunted forest a spooky good time

Reviewed by Brittany Carter
Times-News correspondent
teens20@thetimesnews.com

   MEBANE — Those of you looking for something scary and adventurous to do this Halloween should visit the 40th annual Hawfields Haunted Forest. The forest is located behind Hawfields Presbyterian Church and is organized by the Hawfields Civitan and Junior Civitan clubs as a fundraiser.
   It is run completely by volunteers and all the profits go to the Civitan’s efforts of making a difference in the community from sponsoring local sports teams to Special Olympics in Alamance and North Carolina.
      Having been through Hawfields Forest this year, I must say that there were a few surprises. Fans of “The Woman in Black” will be pleasantly surprised. Hawfields Haunted Forest is a thoroughly enjoyable adventure that any age group will enjoy, from the front gate to the ending Big Maze.
   It doesn’t hurt to know that the money is also benefiting the community, either. Hours are 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. today through Wednesday; tickets are $10. Bring one canned good or dry packaged item for Loaves & Fishes Christian Food Ministries and receive $1 off ticket price. For more details, visit www.hchauntedforest.com.

 Brittany Carter is a sophomore at Alamance Community College and a Teens & Twenties writer.

 

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