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Fright Haven is open every evening through Halloween night, Wednesday, October 31. The world-class venue is comprised of three different haunted attractions all under one roof, all newly redesigned for this season, and all included in the price of admission ($20 online/advance, $25 door). All attractions, including the Special Guest, are indoors so unlike outdoor haunts Fright Haven is open rain or shine (the more thunder and lightning the better!) and is completely handicapped accessible. Ample free lighted parking.
From the drummer of the band that made every day Halloween: “Happy Halloween to all of my sick things around the world! Play my ‘KillSmith Halloween’ loud and let it scare the “HELL” out of you!” — Neal Smith
For additional information, visit website www.frighthaven.com or call (203) 799-FEAR.
Independents For Orange (IFO) will be holding a “Kick-Off Fundraiser” on Tuesday, July 23 at Grassy Hill Country Club, 441 Clark Lane, Orange from 7-9 pm to commemorate the founding of the organization.
The event will give supporters an opportunity to interact with the organizers, hear about their candidates and platform, ask questions and discuss town issues. All are welcome to attend. Minimum contribution is $30, which includes beer, wine and hors d’oeuvres.
IFO is a group of dedicated Orange community leaders that have come together to provide an organization for citizens who want to be involved in town government without being affiliated with either of the two majority parties- Republican or Democrat and also to provide voters with more options in local elections.
Parents and children from Turkey Hill School attended the July 9 Orange Board of Education meeting, anxious to meet the new principal, Stephen Bergin.
Racebrook School Principal Mike Gray was chairman of the search committee and said that out of 50 applicants, Bergin immediately stood out in the crowd.
Board Member Bobby Ricciardi was on search team one. He praised Gray for his leadership skills, stepping in when needed and taking a step back when he could. He also said Bergin was an excellent candidate from the get-go and his team was confident when it turned their recommendation over to team two.
Board Member Bill Kraut was on search team two. He echoed Ricciardi’s comments stating that Bergin was a wonderful choice for Turkey Hill School — where his daughter attends classes — and further expressed his confidence in their choice.
The father of two children, Bergin’s family did not accompany him to the meet and greet for reasons that he quickly explained when he was introduced. His mother and sister did join him for his special night.
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After a well orchestrated search, led by Race Brook School Principal Mike Gray, the Orange Board of Education last month, announced their decision to hire Stephen Bergin as the new Turkey Hill School principal.
Turkey Hill parents, teachers, and Orange residents are invited to meet Bergin tonight as he is officially introduced to the community at the Orange Board of Education meeting at the Board meeting room at Mary L.Tracy School at 7:30 p.m.