SOMERS POINT — The Somers Point Foundation for Education will offer Halloween fun for the 21-and-over crowd with a Monster Bash on Friday, Oct. 20, at Clancy’s by the Bay.

The event, sponsored by Shore Medical Center, will provide adults the chance to celebrate Halloween and raise money toward the annual outdoor education trip to Stokes State Forest for sixth-grade students, a longstanding tradition in the district.

“Grownups like to dress up for Halloween, and we are excited to offer this fun and new event for the community, and of course it is for a great cause,” Community Education Director Sydney Somers said.

The event will include a DJ, light food, raffles and prizes for the best single, couple and group costumes. Advance registration is required. 

Another event to benefit the foundation is the Trail of Two Cities run Saturday, Nov. 4. Register at or access a mail-in form at

The Foundation for Education promotes new educational programs, enhances existing programs and serves as an advocate for Somers Point schools. Funds are raised through donations, corporate sponsorships and fundraising events. For more information, call the Office of Community Education and Recreation at 609-927-2053, ext. 3101, or visit

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