Eventz by Scott Donates to CCHS

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The Haunting at the Mall, presented by Scott Mekus of Eventz by Scott, donated to the Chautauqua County Humane Society for the fourth consectutitve year. (L to R): Hannah Braun, CCHS Director of Community Relations, Jeff Lubi, CCHS exectuive director and Scott Mekus, director of The Haunting at the Mall.
The Haunting at the Mall, presented by Scott Mekus of Eventz by Scott, donated to the Chautauqua County Humane Society for the fourth consectutitve year.   (L to R): Hannah Braun, CCHS Director of Community Relations, Jeff Lubi, CCHS exectuive director and Scott Mekus, director of The Haunting at the Mall.
The Haunting at the Mall, presented by Scott Mekus of Eventz by Scott, donated to the Chautauqua County Humane Society for the fourth consectutitve year.
(L to R): Hannah Braun, CCHS Director of Community Relations, Jeff Lubi, CCHS exectuive director and Scott Mekus, director of The Haunting at the Mall.

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A check for $1,000 was recently presented to the Chautauqua County Humane Society from Scott Mekus, owner of Eventz by Scott and director of The Haunting at the Mall.

This portion of the proceeds from this year’s The Haunting at the Mall haunted house in Lakewood was given to CCHS to provide additional medical care for the animals at the shelter.

“We are so honored to be involved with Scott Mekus and The Haunting at the Mall,” said Hannah Raynor, Director of Community Relations at CCHS.

“Scott is a great advocate for our organization as he continuously supports CCHS and we are very thankful for that. What a great thing for families to be able to get out and enjoy Halloween festivities while supporting a local non-profit at the same time.”

The Haunting at the Mall, which is made up of over 100 community volunteers donating their time and talents, recently concluded their fourth year in operation on October 29 and will be back in 2017 with a new haunt.

This year’s Fear Fest IV haunt depicted a scary/horror movie from the past and present in each room/area.

“Our local animal shelter does amazing things,” said Mekus. “I am truly excited to be able to give back to a great organization that cares about the special animals in our community. This is our fourth year donating to the Chautauqua County Humane Society and special thanks needs to be given to our community members and volunteers who have been so supportive over the years.”

For more information on volunteering at the 2017 haunted house, please contact Mekus at smekus@eventzbyscott.com or call (716) 720-0564.

The Chautauqua County Humane Society is a non-profit organization that provides temporary shelter and rehabilitation for homeless animals for the purpose of finding permanent new homes. CCHS supports healthy pet initiatives through community involvement, humane education and animal care for people in need.