MOUNTAINSIDE—Children’s Specialized Hospital’s Friday Night Fever program hosted the ninth annual “Haunted Trail” at Children’s Specialized Hospital in Mountainside on Saturday, Oct. 24.
This year’s Haunted Trail attracted over 400 participants and was supported by 200 volunteers. Volunteers dressed up in ghoulish costumes and set the stage for a spooky adventure through the Haunted Trail. This year’s event was made possible by a grant from the Kohl’s KidsAbilities program and generous donations from local businesses including Home Depot in South Plainfield.
The hospital’s Friday Night Fever program provides opportunities for the teens to socialize, participate in activities, access various facilities in the community and just have fun.
The Haunted Trail was arranged by Friday Night Fever co-coordinators Michele Krosnick and Sheryl Maniar. Each set was expertly designed and built by Children’s Specialized Hospital employees John Black, Tim Feurey and community volunteer Tom Schoenknecht.
Haunted Trail volunteers, John Rogal, of Whitehouse Station and Adriana Ciro, of Little Ferry, serve up a scare at the ninth annual Friday Night Fever Haunted Trail at Children’s Specialized Hospital in Mountainside. Photo credit: Terri Freeman
Friday Night Fever member, Meredith Bradford and her mother Allison, both of Lincroft, enjoy the Halloween festivities at the ninth annual Friday Night Fever Haunted Trail at Children’s Specialized Hospital in Mountainside. Photo credit: Terri Freeman
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