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Police foundation sponsors Halloween Bash

Madison Police Foundation's Halloween Bash will be held Oct. 28 at Insanity Complex. These party-goers from 2015 dressed in the Halloween spirit. CONTRIBUTED
Madison Police Foundation’s Halloween Bash will be held Oct. 28 at Insanity Complex. These party-goers from 2015 dressed in the Halloween spirit. CONTRIBUTED
MADISON – Drag out the Dracula capes and try on the evil witch hats. Madison Police Foundation will host its second annual Halloween Bash on Oct. 28.
The fun for this adult party will run from 7 to 11 p.m. at Insanity Complex, 100 Skate Park Drive in Madison. “Tickets, tickets, tickets … not the kind that end in a court date, of course. Get your tickets for Madison Police Foundation’s Halloween Bash,” a spokesperson said.
Guests will enjoy the adult fun that will include dinner, costume contests, raffles and a cash bar. Groove Band will entertain and have the ghouls and ghosts hopping to the “Monster Mash” on the dance floor. The spine-tingling music will start at 7 p.m.
The Halloween Bash is a party for grown-up. Individuals must be at least 21 years old for admittance.
Tickets are $40.00 per person. Tables to seat eight guests are available at $300.
To purchase tickets:
* Call 256-759-3970 or email Teresa.taylor-Duncan@madisonal.gov.
* Call 256-656-8911 or email Jennifer.schwartz@madisonal.gov.
* Send a message at Facebook/Madison Police Foundation Halloween Bash.
Madison Police Foundation was founded in 2001, shortly after 9/11 terrorism attacks. Madison sent eight police Officers to New York City to help with security during the crisis. The foundation was one way to confirm that businesses and citizens could contribute to this and other worthwhile efforts.
A nonprofit organization, Madison Police Foundation is supported by the community to promote business and citizen participation in maintaining a safe community. The foundation is a link between the police and the public.
As municipalities face increasing costs and diminishing budgets, Madison Police Foundation helps officers and the department to bridge those tough financial gaps.
Madison Police Foundation works to fund activities that promote the welfare, image and safety of the city and its residents.
Modern law enforcement tasks continue to grow in complexity, and Madison Police Department has increasing needs to stay current in training, technology and equipment, while increasing communication with the community.
For more information, visit madisonpolicefoundation.org, Facebook/Madison Police Foundation Halloween Bash or Twitter @MadisonHalloweenBash.

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