The adult ghouls and goblins in the area looking to get in on the Halloween fun and help a good cause need to look no further than the Second Annual Lake Martin Young Professional Halloween Party.
“We are having our second annual Halloween Party,” Jacob Meacham said. “We are doing it again to benefit the Russell Medical Foundation.”
This year the event will be held at Mistletoe Bough from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 26.
Cost for the event is $15 for Young Professional members and $25 for non-members.
“For that you get drinks and appetizers,” Meacham said. “We will also have prizes for best costume – it is a Halloween Party after all. We will give prizes for best individual and best couple costume.”
Last year the event re-launched the Young Professionals and they helped the UAB Cancer Center at Russell Medical.
“Last year we were able to raise enough funds to purchase a bench at the Cancer Center,” Meacham said. “Hopefully this year’s event will let us do more.”
The group is already planning its larger events for the next year.
“Just Wednesday, we were at Kowaliga planning the Second Annual Polar Plunge for Jan. 14,” Meacham said. “Again we are doing it with the Lake Martin Resource Association.”
And the planning does not stop there.
“We are already looking at the Strand Sessions for next spring and summer as well,” Meacham said. “We are also looking at doing more things beyond the marquee events that benefit the community.”