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Since 1929 the Lansing Jaycees have been a viable and active part of the Lansing Community. The first large scale community event was establishing an air show on the site that has now become the Capital Region International Airport, that was followed up with sponsoring the formation of the Lansing Civic Players Guild, and numerous other projects. The Lansing Jaycees are a group of 21-40 year olds who focus on developing leadership skills through community involvement. Currently you may have seen the Jaycees around the community hosting events like the Easter Egg Hunt on the Capital Lawn, Children’s Shopping Spree and Stuff the Bus.

In the past the Lansing Jaycees have also conducted a popular Haunted House. This year the Lansing Jaycees is looking forward to presenting a Haunted House this fall. The organization is equipped with the materials, passion, and experience to conduct a successful Haunted House in the Greater Lansing area. The only thing missing is the perfect location.

The Lansing Jaycees are looking to build a relationship with a business that has space available in the fall for use as a haunted House. The first priority is securing a location for 2010; however, if a suitable partner is found the possibility of an annual agreement can be discussed.

The Lansing Jaycees require a location that can dedicate 5,000 – 10,000 square feet from mid-September to mid-November. The building will need to be current on all building codes and accessible by the public. Also access to ample parking as there is usually a strong turnout to the Lansing Jaycees haunted House.

The Lansing Jaycees would like to see a Greater Lansing business or organization benefit from this opportunity. The Haunted House has been very popular in the past and can provide a unique opportunity for increased foot traffic and community exposure. Please contact Angela Fossi at or 586-484-7027 if you are interested in helping with this event in any way. Feel free to visit to learn more about the organization.



Angela Fossi