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Haunted house will raise funds for child with leukemia

FALLBROOK – Halloween enthusiast Jeff Woodrey invites all Fallbrook residents to visit his “Haunted Hallow” haunted house and help a family whose daughter has leukemia.

Estrella is 6 years old. She was diagnosed with leukemia last November and has been unable to return to school. She has been receiving chemotherapy treatments several times a month, and her illness has put a heavy financial burden on her family as her mother had to leave her job in order to care for Estrella and take her to medical appointments in San Diego.

Estrella lives with her mom, dad, brother and sister. She is an amazingly radiant child despite fighting a battle that many can’t even imagine and doesn’t let cancer get in the way of her happiness. When Estrella is not receiving chemotherapy treatment, she enjoys playing with her friends, coloring and visiting her teacher.

Woodrey said his “Haunted Hallow” is a haunted house lover’s dream. It is located at 451 S. Stage Coach Lane, right across the street from St. Peter’s Catholic Church, and will be open 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Oct. 27-31. “No scare” days will be held Oct. 30-31, making “Haunted Hallow” kid friendly.

There is no charge to visit the haunted house; however, donations will be accepted for Estrella and her family. Volunteers are needed. To volunteer or for more information, contact Woodrey by email at [email protected].

 

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