Live music, food, beer garden and wine at the Madison Recreation Center.
Madison Athletic Foundation
Friday, May 10, 2013
Monday, April 8, 2013
Fundraiser will feature live music, food, a cash bar, beer garden and silent auction.
Thursday, January 31, 2013
'We look forward to many amazing years of use at the (Madison Recreation Center) and yet another successful year of fundraising,' the Madison Athletic Foundation says in a one-year update.
Friday, September 14, 2012
Building at Madison Recreation Center has a concession stand, restrooms and underground storage.
The Madison Borough Council this week formally accepted a donation of a field house that was built at the Madison Recreation Center by the Madison Athletic Foundation. The field house has a concession stand, restrooms and underground storage. Plans for the field house were approved in October of 2011 and the cost of the project was estimated to be more than $100,000. The Madison Athletic Foundation, Inc., established in 2006 to promote athletics in the borough, uses funds raised from private donations to assist with community projects. It undertook a similar effort when it raised funds in 2006 for synthetic turf at Ted Monica Stadium and donated the field to the Board of Education. "The MAF raises funds for athletics related projects and …
Monday, April 16, 2012
Bruce Lovenberg had winning ticket No. 0447.
Bruce Lovenberg of the Long Valley section of Washington Township is the winner of the Madison Athletic Foundation’s first 50/50 Cash Raffle drawing, held at noon on Saturday at the Madison Recreation Complex. State Sen. Richard J. Codey pulled the winning ticket, which is worth nearly $80,000. The MAF sold tickets since January for $100 per ticket. Organizers believe the raffle is the biggest in the history of Madison community fundraising efforts. All net proceeds from the raffle will benefit the recently completed MRC synthetic turf fields project, the Madison Athletic Foundation has said.
Thursday, February 23, 2012
Winner will receive $100,000 if all tickets are sold.
The Madison Athletic Foundation is currently selling tickets to its first 50/50 raffle. The foundation will be selling up to 2,000 tickets at $100 per ticket with the winner receiving $100,000 if all of the tickets are sold. If all of the tickets are not sold, the winner will still win 50 percent of the total sale. The drawing will take place on April 14 at the Madison Recreation Center turf fields off Ridgedale Avenue. All net proceeds from the raffle will benefit the recently completed MRC synthetic turf fields project. Raffle tickets can be purchased through at www.madisonathleticfoundation.org via a downloadable order form. Mail-in instructions are on the form. Several Madison merchants are also selling tickets, including Alfred’s …