TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) Capper Foundation's Adult Services Program celebrated Halloween in a spooktacular way.
The organization opened up a haunted house on Thursday at their facility.
Chris Ostrander, Manager of the Adult Day Program, said they do this each year and it keeps getting better.
The staff dressed up and hid throughout the haunted house, as those in the Adult Day Program tried to make it out alive...or at least without screaming.
They then took a break from the haunting to enjoy some ghoulish goodies served by the staff.
Everyone then competed in a costume contest for a chance to win awards for "Best Overall Costume" and "Scariest Costume."
Ostrander said the day is all about having fun.
"We work hard all year long and especially this time of year we're working with Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas, so this is a time to just take a break and go have some fun, chill out and get the heck scared out of us," he said.
Capper Foundation's mission is to empower people of all ages living with disabilities.