Plan on being a part of this year's Clinton haunted house but with a number of significant changes.
An annual fundraiser for the Clinton Chamber of Commerce will operate differently this year due to the pandemic. Marian Brisard, Clinton Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, indicates the 'Terror on Washington Street' Haunted House will be open this year but will be operating under new guidelines to help limit the spread of the coronavirus.
Brisard notes they have made changes inside the haunted house as well as previously, rooms any scares that could come into contact with guests removed.
Tickets this year will be sold through the Chamber's website and Facebook page. In addition to purchasing admittance, patrons will be reserving times to attend. While tickets can be purchased at the site when they open, they are encouraging the public to buy those tickets online.
Brisard says they are still in need of volunteers to help with the Haunted House. They are limited on the number of volunteers that can be present inside the house. The Chamber will again donate a portion of the proceeds to groups who volunteer.
The Clinton Chamber of Commerce's 'Terror on Washington Street' Haunted House will be open on Friday and Saturday nights from October 9 through October 31. To purchase tickets visit www.clintonhauntedhouse.com or the Haunted House Facebook page.