Archive for September 27, 2017

Spooky Places near San Angelo to Visit for Halloween

Places to Visit for HalloweenFor any thrill seeker, finding a scary place or spooky experience is a quintessential way to celebrate the orange-themed holiday rapidly approaching. Fortunately, San Angelo, Texas is chock full of eerie events and creepy places to experience. Here are a few local favorites suggested by us here at Randall Mitsubishi to visit for Halloween!

Hallo-Scream Haunted House

Finding a unique haunted house isn’t easy–unless it’s in a building that’s actually haunted. The Hallo-Scream Haunted House was constructed in 1886. Now, more than 100 years later, the dark hallways and gaunt rooms make for a spooky experience. Will you make it through intact or will the ghosts that purportedly haunt the building take your wits for a wild ride?

Places to Visit for Halloween

Last year, several hundred people attended the haunted house during the two nights it was open. This year, the haunted house will be open during two weekends to accommodate more attendees. Admission is $10; pre-pay or pay at the door. All proceeds go towards maintaining and restoring the historic building.

 

Places to Visit for HalloweenForbidden Broadway

Get in the Halloween spirit by attending a hilarious roast of more than 30 Broadway hits. Forbidden Broadway highlights scenes from popular musicals with haunted heroines, including Annie and Wicked. The show takes place on October 16th at 7:30 p.m. Click here for more information.

Volunteer Opportunities at Goodfellow Air Force Base

Goodfellow Air Force BaseAs we all know, Texas has been devastatingly impacted by Hurricane Harvey and there are many needs right now in countless communities. Consider signing up to help out or donate your time to these local organizations and causes below.

Goodfellow Air Force Base is a staple of the San Angelo, Texas community. Consider giving back to this organization by taking part in one of the many volunteer opportunities that the base offers. Here are just a few of the volunteer opportunities at the base recommended by us here at Randall Mitsubishi.

Walk to End Alzheimer’s – Alzheimer’s Association

Help fight the battle against Alzheimer’s by taking part in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s held in San Angelo’s Kirby Park on October 21st. Volunteers are needed to fill roles on the planning committee; team captains and walkers are also needed. Come show your support for this worthy cause by volunteering today!

17th Force Support Squadron Operation KIDS

Around 100 volunteers are needed to help with all aspects of the 17th Force Support Squadron Operation Kids. The event aims to teach kids cadence and to help them have a fun experience. Consider volunteering for set up, food service, and face painting. Setup takes place the day before, on November 3rd, in preparation for the event on November 4th at 7 a.m.

Goodfellow Air Force Base

CASA of Tom Green County

The Tom Green County branch of CASA is currently seeking volunteers to speak out on behalf of abused and neglected children. Those wishing to help must be committed for the long-term run. Applicants must be available for 9-15 hours per month and be at least 21 years of age.

If you want to learn more about how you can help Texas recover, visit http://www.redcross.org/ today or take a look at some of the local Texas organizations that need assistance right here: http://ow.ly/ZS4330eZix4.