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Haunted Timber Trails At The Cellar Helps Breast Cancer

Oct. 19, 2010

HAUNTED TIMBER TRAILS

http://www.hauntedtimbertrails.com/

Oak Creek, WI (Oct 19): Nick Timber, presents

Haunted Timber Trails, an outdoor horror experience for all ages.

Dates for 2010: Fri 22, Sat 23

Ticket Price: $5/person

"Screaming for BOO-bies" T-shirts $12.00, Wristbands $3.00 for Breast Cancer

Location: The Cellar, 812 W. Oakwood Rd. Oak Creek, WI 53154

Event Hours: 7 PM – 11 PM, [Each walk through the woods lasts 20 minutes.]

Charity: All ticket proceeds go to Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity

All “Screaming for Boo-bies” T-shirts and wristbands go to National Breast Cancer.

Mr. Nick Timber Founder Haunted Timber Trails

is a Biomedical Engineering student at MATC. This is the third year he has organized and run Haunted Timber Trails. In the past, all proceeds have gone to The Salvation Army. This is the first year Mr. Timber is donating to Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity, and National Breast Cancer.

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