We want to thank everyone for your incredible support for Project 31X during its time in business (2010-2013). However, due to lack of volunteers and community support, our company can no longer continue to operate.
The best part of our business endeavors included giving away much needed coats, hats and gloves to the various different schools in our communities, working with volunteer teens, and giving away two fabulous scholarships!
Congratulations to the Project 31X Precious Vine Scholarship recipients for 2013-2014 academic year. These two outstanding students received $1,000 each to help start their freshman year off on the right foot!
Each year Project 31X selects one winner for the Precious Vine Scholarship in memory of Mrs. Vena Helen Waldridge. This year it was decided that two (2) lucky winners from Shelby County would receive this special honor as we kicked off our first public event.
These two outstanding students include:
1) Miss Abigail Siegal
2) Mr. Kambron Brunner
It gives us great pleasure and joy to provide these two remarkable students with this scholarship and we wish them continued success as they enter their new lives as college students.
Each year, Project 31X will award $1,000 to a lucky student selected from hundreds of entries. The Project 31X family works very diligently in providing this scholarship to the deserving students of Shelby and Spencer Counties.
You can help support the future academics of our remarkable students by making a donation to Project 31X today.
WE TAKE YOUR SAFETY SERIOUSLY!
The safety of our patrons and volunteers is of the utmost importance here at Project 31X.
Our staff take safety courses each year including fire safety and compliance within federal and state regulations. We want all of our events, as well as our haunted house, to be safe and fun!
Abigail Seigel is presented with the first of two Project 31X Precious Vine Scholarships on June 12, 2013.
Kambron (second from the left) is presented with the second of two Project 31X Precious Vine Scholarship on June 12, 2013, by Paula Swan, Vice President.
SEEKING 2014 VOLUNTEERS NOW!
We will post information as it becomes available for 2014.
T O T A L C. H. A. O. S.
At the direction of our Board, lead staff members are required to take the Certified Haunted Attraction Operator Seminar (C.H.A.O.S.). This is a voluntary safety training and certification program essential for any owner of a haunted attraction.
Designed to protect thrill-seekers frequenting haunted houses, hayrides, historical sites, corn mazes and other haunts, C.H.A.O.S. formally signifies the haunted attraction business has taken the necessary precautions against potential threats and emergencies.
Our staff attend annual seminars and events to remain updated each year. The program provides an ongoing education and idea exchange for haunt owners across the country, covering various fire safety codes and emergency procedures.
We treat you like our family and we keep our family safe!