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Wonderful story in the Reporter-Times (and also in the Mooresville-Decatur Times about the grant we recently received from the Indiana Department of Natural Resources’ Division of historic Preservation and Archaeology. June 17, 2015. http://www.reporter-times.com/news/local/grant-to-help-to-restore-hall-school-masonry/article_8ba88e6f-69e2-598a-a291-2b3e17c55553.html

Dress Rehearsal, Thursday Oct 2, 2014

This is a reminder to everyone; we will be having a dress rehearsal this Thursday Oct 2nd at the Hall School house at 5955 W. Hurt Rd in Hall.  We will meet at 6:30 pm to get everyone assigned their parts and take a tour of the Haunt.
Fall is our favorite time of the year with the leaves changing, the frost, the pumpkins and the fall smells in the air and we are very excited about this year’s Haunted House.  We are getting a lot of publicity and the word has gotten out that Hall’s Haunted Halls is one of the best in the state.    We are expecting this to be a record year for attendance and we so appreciate you, our volunteers for making it all happen!   If you need to contact us please call Randy Marsh at 317-430-8023

We still have a few spots to fill, and we ask that if you have a friend or relative that would enjoy helping us, we would appreciate your bringing them with you or inviting them to come.
We’re going to have a great time and a great Haunting season!

Volunteers Needed!

Hall’s Haunted Halls Call For Volunteers

As most of you know, Hall’s Haunted Halls is fast approaching and we are currently getting our list of volunteers to work at the Haunted House this October.

We will be open on the evenings of October 10th, 11th, 17th, 18th, 24th and 25th and also on Halloween which is on Friday October 31st. This is a fundraising event held each year to provide the means of restoring and preserving the Historic Hall School House. Hall’s Haunted Halls has been listed as one of Indiana’s scariest and best haunted attractions and we are proud of the job our volunteers do each year to support this great cause.

We will be holding a meeting this Thursday, September 11th to discuss this years plans and make arrangements for staffing each of the attractions in the Haunted School House. The meeting will begin at 6:00 pm and will be held at the Hall School house at 5955 W. Hurt Rd. In the city of Hall. Continue reading Volunteers Needed!

Randy Marsh Recieves Servass Memorial Award!

Indiana Landmarks has just announced Hall Civic President, Randy Marsh, is the 2014 individual recipient of the Servaas Memorial Award!

Randy Cropped picture

Indiana Landmarks just announced that this year’s award is being presented to Randy Marsh for selfless work in leading preservation organizations and working to restore landmarks in Morgan County This award will be presented at their annual meeting on September 13th at the Indiana Landmark Center at 1201 Central Avenue in Indianapolis, IN.

Morgan county residents may attend but you will need to make a reservation. Please call 317- 639-4534 or 800-450-4534 to make your reservation. All residents of Morgan county are encouraged to attend this momentous occasion.

Randy, said he is honored by this recognition and would like to thank Indiana Landmarks for this award.

Randy is founder and president of the Hall Civic Association, which was established in 2004 for the preservation of the Historic Hall school house.

Hall’s Haunted Halls – Call For Volunteers

Hall’s Haunted Halls Call For Volunteers

As most of you know, Hall’s Haunted Halls is fast approaching and we are currently getting our list of volunteers to work at the Haunted House this October.

We will be open on the evenings of October 10th, 11th, 17th, 18th, 24th and 25th and also on Halloween which is on Friday October 31st.   This is a fundraising event held each year to provide the means of restoring and preserving the Historic Hall School House.   Hall’s Haunted Halls has been listed as one of Indiana’s scariest and best haunted attractions and we are proud of the job our volunteers do each year to support this great cause.

We will be holding a meeting this Thursday, September 11th to discuss this years plans and make arrangements for staffing each of the attractions in the Haunted School House.  The meeting will begin at 6:00 pm and will be held at the Hall School house at 5955 W. Hurt Rd. In the city of Hall. Continue reading Hall’s Haunted Halls – Call For Volunteers

Servaas Memorial Award!

Indiana Landmarks has just announced Hall Civic President, Randy Marsh, is the 2014 individual recipient of the Servaas Memorial Award!

Randy Cropped picture

Indiana Landmarks just announced that this year’s award is being presented to Randy Marsh for selfless work in leading preservation organizations and working to restore landmarks in Morgan County This award will be presented at their annual meeting on September 13th at the Indiana Landmark Center at 1201 Central Avenue in Indianapolis, IN.

Morgan county residents may attend but you will need to make a reservation. Please call 317- 639-4534 or 800-450-4534 to make your reservation. All residents of Morgan county are encouraged to attend this momentous occasion. Continue reading Servaas Memorial Award!

Hall’s Haunted Halls new Website

Hall Civic Association has just announced it’s new Hall’s Haunted Halls Randy Cropped picturewebsite!

Hall Civic President, Randy Marsh, just approved the new website and invites everyone to click on the link at:

www.brightdesignnow.com/HallsHauntedHalls/

and look around.  Randy said we’re only a few short weeks away from the opening of the Haunted House for the 2014 season and he is very excited and said, this year’s haunted house will be better than ever, and asks that everyone plan on coming to visit us at least once this October.  Randy said we were able to hold the price at just $10.00 per person again this year!  Our open dates are, October 10th, 11th, 17th, 18th, 24th, and 25th.  And as a Special Treat, We will be open on Halloween, which is the 31st  (Halloween)

We look forward to seeing you all there.

Monrovia Class Of 1964 Held Their Fifty Year Reunion!

The Monrovia High School class of 1964, held their fifty year Monrovia logoclass reunion on June 8th in the gym at the Historic Hall School house.

According to a class spokesperson, “this was a great time for renewing old acquaintances and catching up on what has happened over the last fifty years”.  They also mentioned what a great facility the old gym was for hosting this kind of event and said the “Hall Civic Association did a tremendous job of setting it up for our reunion”.

Hall Civic president, Randy Marsh said the gym is available for rent for wedding receptions, class reunions, family reunions or just about any gathering where you need room for a large group.  Randy said the rent is only $25 per hour which makes it very affordable for  most anyone’s need.  You can call Randy Marsh at 317-430-8023 for more information, or visit the Hall Civic Association web site at www.hallcivic.org.