Halloween Dance ’09

by · November 4, 2009

Mussleman’s Lake Residents Once More Host a Fantastic Halloween Dance

The Musselman’s Lake Gang and the coffin containing the body parts of their Capo “ Guido (Noodles) Noodleoni “ who was allegedly blown up by a car bomb on the way to the party. It’s interesting that the gang already had a coffin prepared for Mr. Noodleoni.

This Halloween Party keeps getting bigger, noisier and more colourful each year. 250 Residents and their friends celebrated Halloween like it’s never been celebrated before at the Cedar Beach Pavilion. Each year the costumes keep getting better and more creative, which is making it extremely difficult on the judges, who have to select the 4 best costumes in each category and then all the partiers select the winner.

This fantastic party, the brain child of the Cedarvale Community Association, is used each year to pay the insurance on their community beach. This event had attracted a steady 80 revellers until 3 years ago when they joined forces with the MLRA to promote it to all residents and their friends… then it really took off from there! Now it pays for not only the community beach insurance but it allows the MLRA to charge no membership fees and include all residents in the association.

As with any successful event there are many people and companies to thank.

Cedar Beach Park who donate their historic pavilion facilities each year.

Most Excellent Productions and Mike Feld who provide the Amazing Sound System, Music and DJ Services.

Do it Industries & Ravenshoe Group who each year provide prizes.

Gibson Printing who supplied the Dance tickets

The Meat Merchant (Uxbridge) opening a new store in Stouffville 2010 – 4x$25 gift certificates

Pattison Outdoor & Ontario Science Center – 4 passes to the Bodyworlds exhibit

George of Cedar Beach General Store who donated a Candy Piñata

Members of the Cedarvale Community Association and the MLRA who help set up and decorate the Pavilion.

Lisa White

And last but not least A HUGE THANK-YOU to Lisa White, President of the Cedarvale Community Association and Executive member of the MLRA. It’s safe to say without Lisa and her dedicated volunteers this event would never happen. Every successful event needs a spark plug and Lisa provides that spark. Many meetings and months of planning go into making this event more successful each year. THANK-YOU Lisa!!!!

And THANK-YOU to all the residents and their friends who attend each year. We are very grateful that you mark this event on your social calendar each year as a must attend.

For those of you that have never attended…shame on you… because you don’t want to miss it next year. Just check the website in August for the date and details will follow. In the meantime click on the button below, relax and enjoy the show.

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