14th District Halloween event offered games and activities


Parents, kids, volunteers and 14th District Police Officers are participating in first floor activities


All ages participated in a ball toss

Carrying on the tradition of a fun Chicago Police 14th District Halloween event, everything was in place for activities and treats on Saturday. 


A family photo

Traditionally held in the District's station, 2150 N. California, last year's event had so many attendees, that this year they moved it to a larger space at the Logan Square Boys and Girls Club, 3228 W. Palmer. 


Sack race participants included volunteer Mack Gonzalez, Officers Chavez and Diaz, Judy from Liberty Bank and State Farm Representatives

Possibly a combination of a new location and being the morning after the CUB's Major League playoff game, attendance was light. 

With smell of freshly popped pop corn, the first floor area was where parents and kids decorated pumpkins and did other craft projects. 

The second floor had several stations for winning prizes by throwing a ball in buckets and horse shoes. Sack races included officers as well as other agile challengers. Everyone was able to be photographed too.

A scary movie was another feature many enjoyed. 



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