Three large donations were made by the organizers of Carnage Caverns.
 
'Face your fears' was this year's theme for the Sheeptown Players' haunted house on October 27 and 28.
 
The money raised ($1650) was split between the Fort Saskatchewan Boys and Girls Club and the Families First Society. Non-perishable food donations were also collected and 300 pounds of food was given to the Fort Saskatchewan Food Bank.
 
"It means a lot," said coordinator Lisa Ecker. "We were so pleased with the promotion from the community, involvement from our volunteers and then obviously the generosity of everyone who donated food and money."
 
Last year, the event brought in more food, but less monetary donations. 

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