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Haunted Benefit Dinner
October 21, 2022 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT
Dup15q Syndrome is characterized by having an extra copy of a portion of chromosome 15 in the 11.2 – 13.1 region in combination with a number of symptoms that may include hypotonia and motor delays, intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and epilepsy, including infantile spasms.
Masthope Mountain Community, the Activities Department, The Summit Restaurant & Bar would love to give back to a charity that represents a family in Masthope this Halloween, the Salka Family. Their daughter Colleen has Dup15g Syndrome. Colleen also is blind, deaf and has Cerebral Palsy. She is the most caring and loving soul. She enjoys our pool and the ocean makes her the happiest. She will put a smile on your face.
On Friday the 21st & Sunday the 23rd, please reserve your table inside our Haunted Forest
located in the lower lodge area. Reserve your table inside the Forest of Fear, the Pet Cemetery, the Witches Den, or the Masthope Cemetery. There will be two other tables in the center (non-scary). Come dine with us for a spooky good time. For just a $25.00 cash donation or check – donations made out to Masthope POC. Yes, you can donate more. All donations given will be sent on Colleen’s behalf to the charity of their choosing.
5 pm or 7:30pm
Each time slot will have a limited time of 2 hours.
No parties over 10.
Contact The Summit Restaurant to reserve 570-685-1173 – ask for Lukus or Linda.