Project Safe Halloween 2020! A Spooky Success

2020 has proven to be a difficult and disappointing year for many. East Haddam’s Project Safe Halloween Committee did not want to add one more disappointment to our kids this year. After many months of meetings and planning sessions East Haddam’s Project Safe Halloween Committee came up with a “Covid Safe” Halloween option for our residents. With cooperation from Nathan Hale-Ray Middle School a drive-thru style trick or treating event was planned.

Despite the cold weather, numerous youth and adult volunteers helped to create a Halloween themed experience with about 20 organizations handing out candy to families dressed in costumes and decorated cars. Over $1800.00 dollars of candy was purchased by the committee from donations collected by residents and local businesses.

Over 700 people attended the Project Safe Halloween drive-thru.   

The Project Safe Halloween Committee would like to thank all of the volunteers that helped to make this a fun and safe night, our donors that make Project Safe Halloween possible, and all of the families that came out to show off their fun and scary costumes.

Headstones (Lit up w blacklight at night!)
Valley bible table and chute
Setting Up! Here is Valley Bible Church Table and Chute
EHYFS YHY Haunted House
Youth Helping Youth (YHY) Setting up EHYFS Table w Haunted House
EHYFS YHY Haunted House at Night
EHYFS/YHY Haunted House at Night
Lining up at the start of the event
Trailer of Kids
Trick or Treat!
Dragon at the TriM Honor Society Station
Valley Bible
Valley Bible Church and their Candy Chute
Ambulance Assoc and Fire Dept
East Haddam Ambulance Association and Fire Department
Liberty Bank
Liberty Bank Station
Polivka Hill Farm
Polivka Hill Farm and their Decorated Dumptruck
TriM Honor Society
Tri-M Honor Society Station