Cub Scouts Hold Haunted House Benefitting Crossroads Ministries 

Folks got spooked in Old Town Saturday night for a good cause.Cub Scouts Pack 76 put on its Haunted House for Hunger.This is the 4th year the boys have hosted the scare fest.The kids say this year, it was extra scary with a butcher, a jail and a grave yard.There was no monetary cost to get in, they just asked folks to bring a food item to be donated to Crossroads Ministries.” It’s just really awesome and they get to follow through and come in and help put away food and everything so it’s just a good partnership all around,” said Brenda Davis, from Crossroads Ministries.” The food pantry is getting a little low so the Scouts have put this haunted house together to bring people from the community in to bring a donation to Crossroads,” said Erin Tott, den leader.The Old Town Recreation Department also hosted a haunted trail and pumpkin patch Saturday night.