From 7 to 11 p.m. Thursday (Oct. 24) Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity members at the University of Nebraska at Kearney are putting on a haunted house that will benefit the Mid-Nebraska Food Bank.
“It’s just a fun thing for UNK students, and it’s also family friendly,” said Nick Knudson, a senior construction management major and Pi Kappa Alpha member. “It’s a time that families can bring their kids to campus.”
The haunted house features a zombie apocalypse, freak show, the hallway to hell and the infamous dot room, according to Pi Kappa Alpha chapter president Joshua Schuman, a senior organizational communication major from Imperial.
Admission is $4 for the public and free to UNK students.
Last week, Pi Kappa Alpha teamed with area Boy Scouts and went trick-or-treating for canned food items, which they will donate to the Mid-Nebraska Food Bank.
“Teaming up with a community organization like the Boy Scouts is really cool because we get to be involved with youth in community,” said Knudson of Norfolk.
Canned food and non-perishable items also will be accepted at the haunted house, which takes place at University Residence North Pod C.
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