Ghosts, ghouls and community giving
FACT: I don’t mind ghosts.
They can lurk up and down the hallways and shake their little chains in the attic and make spooky ghost sounds until the cows come home. I really don’t mind. But, I do love a good scare once in a while, and that’s why haunted houses are so much fun. Getting the adrenaline pumping once in a while is a good thing.
The truth is, haunted houses are more excitement than actual fear, yet we still get scared. You pretty much know something will be lurking around that next corner, and that’s why we go, right? In spite of getting the daylights scared out of me, I know that I’ll be safe in the end.
This year, Pine Lake Family Dentistry is thrilled to be sponsoring A Nightmare at Beaver Lake. With elaborate sets and over 100 actors, A Nightmare at Beaver Lake winds you through a spooky Sammamish forest with lots of surprises along with way, ending with a tour through a scary haunted house. Boo!
In its 12th year, this annual attraction is one of the main fundraisers for the Rotary Club of Sammamish. Proceeds from admissions directly support our local community, providing college scholarships for Sammamish high school students, support for local families in need during the holidays, giving to Sammamish YMCA, Friends of Youth, Eastside Baby Corner, Rotary First Harvest, Medical Teams International Dental Vans, Issaquah Schools, HopeLink, and more.
Canned goods collections at A Nightmare at Beaver Lake support Lifewire, so bring a non-perishable food item and receive $1 off admission.
Go get scared and support your community. Happy Halloween!!