Designer of the Attic Donates Half of Attic’s proceeds to the Foundation
James Minton, Attic designer, presenting Jenny Maas and David Anderson a check
The Nevermore Hills Haunted Trail ended its yearly scares on Halloween, as did its partner attraction, “The Attic,” previously located at The Perry Haunted Barn. A check presentation was held at 4:30 p.m. on Nov. 15 in the Nugteren Hangar at the Museum of Aviation, where several local charities and individuals were honored.
James Minton, “Attic” designer, said, “We volunteer for the fun of it and for the belief we are doing something worthwhile. Fifty percent of all “Attic” tickets sold benefited the Museum of Aviation Foundation. The full-time attic volunteers get to select the Charities they wish the remaining fifty percent to get support.” The charities chosen this year are: The 78 Air Base Wing/SC Booster Club, St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Christian Service Center at Sacred Heart, and Rehoboth Life Care Ministries.
Several college grants were also given. The grants were awarded to students in the Houston County school system who selflessly gave of their Friday and Saturday nights raising money for the above mentioned charities. College grants were awarded to: Nathaniel Craddock, Sean Griffin, Ben Vandewater, Christopher Minton, and Arin Sharp.
For more information about the Nevermore Hills Haunted Trail or “The Attic,” please contact Jenny Maas at (478) 926-2791 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.