Scary Stories at Lorel Park
October 11, 2002

It was a dark and chilly Friday night when the Youth Services Department traveled to Lorel Park for an evening of friendly fear and a whole lot of fun. The bravest young patrons and their families and friends joined Youth Services staff for a sing-a-long, some very scary stories, an autumn campfire, and – of course – a marshmallow roast. See who survived to tell the tale....

photograph - Youth Services staff members Cathy Maassen and Kevin Luthardt lead a sing-a-long around the campfire.
Youth Services staff members Cathy Maassen and Kevin Luthardt lead a sing-a-long around the campfire.
 

photograph - The young and fearless join in the campfire sing-a-long.
The young and fearless join in the campfire sing-a-long.

photograph - Only the most courageous dared to join us for the scary stories told by dark of night.
Only the most courageous dared to join us for the scary stories told by dark of night.
 

photograph - Cathy Maassen gets scary by the campfire.
Cathy Maassen gets scary by the campfire.
 

photograph - After the fright, a highlight of the night: some serious marshmallow roasting!
After the fright, a highlight of the night: some serious marshmallow roasting!
 

photograph - Why does the marshmallow always end up on the face?
Why does the marshmallow always end up on the face?