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Friday, 14 October 2016

Scare Me Silly! Great Halloween Sim To Visit By Team Diabetes Of Second Life.

I had a press release today from Team Diabetes of Second Life and they have opened the charity's first major event of the season in SL, a great Halloween sim called 'Scare Me Silly'  The event is open now until October 31st and there is a lot going on there.  They state "Performances and events will feature storytelling by Seanchai Library, audience participation cabaret by Whymsee, tribute concerts by Bad Amp Tribute Bands, DJ parties by Veruca Tammas, Sandi Loxingly, Johannes1977 Resident, and Mia Deluca. Other activities include haunted rides, 7Seas Fishing, a photo contest, and the Great Pumpkin Hunt."

I went over for a look around, and it's lots of fun.  I took a tour in the creepy old haunted house, there were lots of things to make me jump! I just about got out of there with my virtual life in tact!  You can take a ride on the ghost train too, if the haunted house didn't scare you silly already!  For those who love shopping there's loads of stalls to wander around.  The Diabetes team have done a brilliant job.

There are many good causes in Second Life and it's good to see  Team Diabetes are here in SL.

 Janey Bracken
(Here's some information from the team, go over and give your support to this very worthy charity:)

"About Team Diabetes of Second Life and The American Diabetes Association:

Team Diabetes of Second Life (SL) is an official and authorized team of The American Diabetes Association. The goal of Team Diabetes of SL is to raise awareness and funds in support of diabetes.

​The American Diabetes Association’s mission is to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes. The American Diabetes Association leads the fight against the deadly consequences of diabetes and fights for those affected by diabetes by funding research to prevent, cure, and manage diabetes.

The American Diabetes Association delivers services to hundreds of communities and provides objective and credible information and resources about diabetes.

Free resources are available in English and Spanish at and 1-800-DIABETES (1-800-342-2383).

For More Information: (The official American Diabetes Association page for Team Diabetes of Second Life) (Website to find diabetes information in your home country)"

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