Much Obliged: Thank you from the Northland Arboretum
We’re grateful to our community for supporting our biggest fundraiser of the year.
The Northland Arboretum would like to thank the community, sponsors and supporters for another Haunted Trail event.
Over 2,600 wonderful people took part in the chills and thrills of the three-night Haunted Trail. We’re grateful to our community for supporting our biggest fundraiser of the year.
In addition to the attendees, we’d like to extend a heartfelt thank you to our volunteers. This event couldn’t be made possible without you whether you had a scare section, helped with parking, security, ticket sales or other event coordination. Overall, we had 243 volunteers dedicate over 2,000 hours donated toward the Haunted Trail event, not including the hours dedicated to prop and set design, planning and committee work. Your generous contribution of time allowed us to have some of the best results we’ve ever had.
Finally, we’d like to thank our event committee for taking this fundraiser to the next level this year. Specifically, we’d like to thank Ruthie Gmeinder, Renee Defrusne and DeAnn Caddy for their unwavering support and guidance. We’re forever grateful for your generosity and spirit.
Platinum Level Sponsors
Gull Lake Resort
Diamond Level Sponsors
Winegar Dental | Jack Pine Brewery
Gold Level Sponsors
Crow Wing Power | Cuyuna Regional Medical Center | Fleet Farm | Aspire Insurance
Silver Level Sponsors
CTC |Mid Minnesota Federal Credit Union | West Shore Marketing | Digital Horizons | Brainerd Lakes Area Community Foundation
Bronze Level Sponsors
Deerwood Bank | Weizenegger Engel Insurance | Brenny Funeral Chapel | Waste Partners
Clifton Larson Allen | Tanner Nissan | Jana Froemming
Gull Lake Resort, General Rental, Fleet Farm, Boys N’ Berries Farm, West Shore Marketing, Viking Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Big Jay’s Pizza, Chef Mike’s Catering, Cuyuna Regional Medical Center, Firehouse Subs, Little Caesars, Bernick’s Pepsi, Pizza Hut, Prairie Bay, Rafferty’s Pizza, Slice on Oak, Super One Baxter, The Farm on St. Mathias, Hubbard Radio.