A howling good time


Debbie Vance, left, the membership supervisor at the Highland County YMCA, hands out passes to visitors just inside the entrance to a haunted house that was set up at The Times-Gazette offices Thursday evening with help from the Hillsboro Uptown Business Association. Walmart provided lots of candy. Kids and their parents were lined up well before the haunted house’s 5 p.m. opening and continued to venture through it after its 7 p.m. closing. Organizers estimated that around 2,000 children and adults passed through the haunted house.


Debbie Vance, left, the membership supervisor at the Highland County YMCA, hands out passes to visitors just inside the entrance to a haunted house that was set up at The Times-Gazette offices Thursday evening with help from the Hillsboro Uptown Business Association. Walmart provided lots of candy. Kids and their parents were lined up well before the haunted house’s 5 p.m. opening and continued to venture through it after its 7 p.m. closing. Organizers estimated that around 2,000 children and adults passed through the haunted house.

Debbie Vance, left, the membership supervisor at the Highland County YMCA, hands out passes to visitors just inside the entrance to a haunted house that was set up at The Times-Gazette offices Thursday evening with help from the Hillsboro Uptown Business Association. Walmart provided lots of candy. Kids and their parents were lined up well before the haunted house’s 5 p.m. opening and continued to venture through it after its 7 p.m. closing. Organizers estimated that around 2,000 children and adults passed through the haunted house.
http://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/10/web1_TG-Halloween-pic-1.jpgDebbie Vance, left, the membership supervisor at the Highland County YMCA, hands out passes to visitors just inside the entrance to a haunted house that was set up at The Times-Gazette offices Thursday evening with help from the Hillsboro Uptown Business Association. Walmart provided lots of candy. Kids and their parents were lined up well before the haunted house’s 5 p.m. opening and continued to venture through it after its 7 p.m. closing. Organizers estimated that around 2,000 children and adults passed through the haunted house.