Teen Cadets Use Holiday as a Chance to “Scare” Up Funds
Pueblo, CO: Cadet Explorer Post #157 at the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce they will once again hold their annual Haunted House. Each year, this event is the largest fundraiser for the aspiring law enforcement cadets. Previously held in Pueblo West, this October the Post will “scare” at the Colorado State Fairgrounds Livestock Pavilion. The event will be held both weekends before Halloween. Light refreshments will be available for purchase.
WHO: Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post #157
WHAT: 3rd Annual Explorer’s Haunted House
WHERE: Colorado State Fairgrounds Livestock Pavilion
WHEN: October 19 & 20, October 26 & 27 – 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
COST: $7 for 18 and up, $5 for kids and teens, Under 4 is FREE
Sheriff Kirk M. Taylor encourages the community to support their effort. “Every year these kids have a great time putting this event together. When it comes to “show time” this is really a fun place to be. It is always a great time.”
The Explorers Program is open to teens 14-20 with an interest in Law Enforcement. Their mission is to establish and foster an understanding of the duties and responsibilities that today’s Law Enforcement Officials uphold in their service to the community, with the youth and young adults of Pueblo County, in partnership with the Boy Scouts of America-Learning for Life Program. Instill personal pride, discipline, and excellence through all areas of the participant’s life, such as education, decision-making, and character building. Explorers will become aware of the civic responsibilities of all citizens within Pueblo County and bolster interest in future careers in Law Enforcement.