There was quite a bit of hard work that went into the effort too. It sure was clear to me that Ally Beyer was in charge and deserves much credit. Nick Sinclair, Rob Schanilec, and Liz Carpentier played major roles too. Thanks, of course, to the City of Northfield for lending us the barricades and picnic tables and the Northfield Police Department for help with traffic control. The Summas, Vic and Kiffi, also get a nod of appreciation for allowing “the old Bagel Brothers space” to be turned into a temporary haunted house.
It has been mentioned to me, more than once, that in my haste to write up the post, I turned Tiny’s on the Square into Tony’s on the Sure. Let me make clear that I wasn’t suggesting that Tim Sellars was conducting horse racing in Grastvedt Lane. However, I’m sure that we all would have picked Lena to win.