A haunting good time had in Falkland scared up some substantial support for community groups.
The Haunting of Falkland weekend-long fundraiser raised more than $4,300 for local non-profits.
More than 1,500 people came out for frights and food.
The largest chunk, $2,000, goes to the Falkland Community Association, followed by the Falkland Museum and Heritage Park collecting $1,300.
The Falkland Sunday Morners Club earned $500, plus their food sales. Another $500 goes to the Falkland Seniors Branch 95.
The Falkland Soccer Association and 1st Falkland Guiding Unit each collected $250.
“The above shows what a community can do when we ban together,” said Dean Trumbley, owner of Thunder Boyz Productions, which played a leading role in the event.
Plans are already underway to continue the tradition next year.