Albertine Bathory (albertine) wrote in corpgoth,
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Help GVA in Helping Monter Manor (Haunted House) Setup in San Diego on Saturday September 6th.

When:
Saturday Sep 06, 2008
at 10:00 AM


Where:
Target Parking Lot / Mira Mesa Shopping Center
Mira Masa Blvd / Camino Ruiz
San Diego, California|5 92126
United States

GVA Lends assistance to Monster Manor...

Project Odfficers: Albertine and Cortland Young.

Help us put together the best haunted house in San Diego!

All proceeds go to charity. Volunteers include set designers, special effect masters, make-up experts, and many people just helping out with no specific experience.


Join the Monster Manor crew on Saturday, September 6th at 10 AM in the Target Shopping Center on Mira Mesa Blvd. in Mira Mesa.


We will start unloading props - from light to heavy. There are plenty of light stuff for those who prefer not carrying heavy things.


Lunch will be provided as well as drinks and snacks. We need as many people as possible - 30? Or more if possible.


Anyone who has tools and likes to use them, please bring them as we will also start building the walls. Tools will be provided for those who enjoy building.


The website is www. monstermanor. org.


Please RSVP so we may gauge how many people will join us.


Thanks!!!


What is Monster Manor?

Monster Manor and Lite Frite are the annual fundraisers for the Mira Mesa Theatre Guild.

These ALL-volunteer, non-profit Halloween attractions are housed under a 4000 sq. ft. tent located in the Target shopping center in Mira Mesa, Ca. Managed and run by professionals in the Motion Picture, Television, Theatre, and Audio Visual fields, Monster Manor brings some of the best "scares" around.
History:

Starting as a home haunt, Mira Mesa icon, Tim Allen, along with fellow haunter John Hart, decided to bring their love of Halloween to the public in 2001. Each year Monster Manor has grown more and more. More than half of the Manor’s 200 volunteers are made up of teens from the local high school, who earn Community Service hours for their help in building and acting at the haunt.


All "profits" from the haunt go to various charities and non profit organizations.

The funds needed to produce the attraction come from many generous sponsors including:
Pardee Homes
Time Warner Cable
Mira Mesa Shopping Center…to name a few.
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