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LEE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE “GHOULS’ NIGHT OUT” HALLOWEEN EVENT

LEE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE “GHOULS’ NIGHT OUT” HALLOWEEN EVENT.

JOIN US FOR A FREE AND FUN AFTERNOON OF TRICK-OR-TREATING!

Bring the kids…bring the pets…join us on October 21, 2021, from 4:00 pm until 7:00 pm as local businesses and agencies distribute candy to the trick-or-treaters!

The event will be held behind the Lee County Sheriff’s Office Cape Coral Community Outreach Center located at 4522 Del Prado Boulevard South. The Lee County Sheriff’s Office Animal Cruelty Task Force will be on hand with Deputy Chance and Sergeant Hope.

Gulf Coast Humane Society will be bringing adoptable dogs in costume…the Clinic for Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW) will be guests. along with Mutty Paws Rescue. Admission is FREE.

Admission and parking are free!  In lieu of admission, our local shelters/rescues are in need of supplies. Please bring towels (used or new), sheets, cleaning supplies (paper towels, Dawn dishwashing liquid, disinfectant wipes, etc.), cat litter, dog and/or cat food, large black trash bags, “Kong” dog toys, “Nylabone” dog toys and cat toys.

Businesses and agencies wishing to participate should email Gary Levine at sheriffleefl.org. There is no cost to participate, however space is limited.  The event will raise funds to benefit the Gulf Coast Humane Society, Mutty Paws Rescue, the Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife (C.R.O.W.) and The Brotherhood of Heroes Resource Center & Museum.  Donations are truly appreciated and will go directly to the aforementioned agencies!

Corporate and agency tables and tents will be set up around the perimeter of the property (tables and tents not provided) from which each agency/company will distribute candy and, if desired, their printed materials/promotional items.  Children/parents/guardians will trick-or-treat from table to table.  Participants are encouraged to wear costumes, however, many won’t, so feel free to attend with or without your ghoulish garb.

We hope to see you there!