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Willmar Nite and Noon Lions host Haunted House

Willmar Nite and Noon Lions hosted the Deegers Freak Show haunted house Sunday night at the Kandiyohi Fair Grounds. Noon, Nite Lions and some volunteers participated in putting together the haunted house. They wanted to have some sort of activity...

Briana Sanchez / TribuneEdward Demichael jumps out from behind a wall during the Deegers Freak Show haunted house Sunday night. The haunted house was put on by the Willmar Noon and Nite Lions. Regular admission is $10. Admission is $8 with the donnation of a canned food item for the Willmar Area Food Shelf.
Edward Demichael jumps out from behind a wall during the Deegers Freak Show haunted house Sunday night. The haunted house was put on by the Willmar Noon and Nite Lions. Regular admission is $10. Admission is $8 with the donnation of a canned food item for the Willmar Area Food Shelf. (Briana Sanchez / Tribune)
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Willmar Nite and Noon Lions hosted the Deegers Freak Show haunted house Sunday night at the Kandiyohi Fair Grounds.

Noon, Nite Lions and some volunteers participated in putting together the haunted house. They wanted to have some sort of activity for people in the community to do on Halloween eve. The haunted house opens at 6:30 p.m. and ends at 9:30 p.m. at the fairgrounds.

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