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Enjoy a spooktacular good time at House of Payne
Wednesday, October 16, 2013 2:06 PM

PAYNE – Payne’s House of Payne, located above the Payne Banking Center, will once again be open for business on Halloween weekend, Oct. 25 and 26.

This year’s event, chaired by chamber members Matt and Alyssa Saylor is sure to provide thrill seekers of all ages an opportunity to be entertained in a safe, yet exciting and scary way.

The $6 fee per individual donation will be used to purchase new American flags for the downtown streets and sidewalks in 2014.

The Payne Chamber has proudly sponsored haunted houses and haunted cornfields as fundraisers, without incident, for the community’s enjoyment for decades. The officers and members encourage everyone in the Paulding County and surrounding communities to come and enjoy this “spooktacular” good time.

Thrills begin at 7 p.m. both nights and run until 11 p.m. For questions and/or additional information, contact Matt Saylor at 419-786-9342.


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