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Lincoln Jaycees present 'Haunting 101'

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[September 20, 2008]  Have you ever wondered what it takes to build a haunted house? Have you ever wanted a behind-the-scenes look at a haunted house? Have you ever just wanted to scare the "yell" out of others legitimately and legally? Then "Haunting 101" is for you!

InsuranceThe Lincoln Jaycees are hosting a free seminar Sept. 30 highlighting various aspects of building and running a haunted house, including makeup tips, prop construction and how to be a great monster. Haunting 101 will be presented at 7 p.m. at the Lincoln Jaycees' new haunted house location, 1726 Tremont St. (former MTI building).

Refreshments will be provided.

The Lincoln Jaycees are in great need of volunteers for this year's haunted house. Anyone interested in volunteering will have the opportunity to sign up the night of the seminar. Volunteers must be at least 16 years old.

To make a reservation for Haunting 101 or for more information on volunteering, contact Perry Payne at 217-871-4440.

The Lincoln Jaycees, a not-for-profit organization, serves Lincoln and the surrounding communities. The Jaycees host various community activities, such as an Easter egg hunt, Senior Feast, Breakfast with Santa and Angel Tree. The group has a variety of management and fundraising projects, such as the haunted house and Speedway 50/50.

Participating in Jaycees gives young people between the ages of 18 and 40 the tools they need to build bridges of success for themselves in the areas of business development, management skills, individual training, community service and international connections.

[Text from file received from Lincoln Jaycees]

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