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Free Outdoor Movie Night

CHELMSFORD MASS NEWS: Bob Joyce/Staff Reporter- Friday August 27, 2010
The Chelmsford Police, (PAL)Police Athletic League held its annual outdoor movie night at McCarthy Middle School fields Thursday Night August 26th. Despite rainstorms earlier in the week, the weather was perfect for the event and even the mosquitos decided not to participate.

Featured attraction for this year was "Kung Fu Panda" which was projected onto a giant 2-story screen. The screen, projector and sound system were assembled by Performance Platforms of Hudson.

Parents and their children were treated to free refreshments which included Hot Dogs, popcorn, ice cream and soft drinks. Free glow bands were given out by local UPS employees who also brought their NASCAR delivery truck complete with flames going down the side of the truck.

CPAL Movie Night is supported in part by a grant from the Chelmsford Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency. Special thanks also go out to local sponsors: The Meat House, Starbucks, Christopher's Towing, Coca-Cola, and Trinity Ambulance.

 THANK YOU FOR JOINING US
FOR OUR 2010 OUTDOOR SHOWING OF:
Kung Fu Panda


2008 PHOTO GALLERY
2007 PHOTO GALLERY
In top photo, parents and kids enjoyed the outdoor night at the movies, Thursday sponsored by the Chelmsford Police Athletic League and held at McCarthy playing fields. In bottom photo, Christopher's Towing owner Chris Ferriera gets assistance from his son Andrew distributing free ice cream at the event.
(Composite photo by Bob Joyce)

 
On the last Thursday of August for the past several years, CPAL has taken over the McCarthy Field and provided free entertainment to the families of the community. Bring your lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy the entertainment, free gifts, and free refreshments on behalf of the Chelmsford Police Athletic League. 

CPAL Movie Night is supported in part by a grant from the Chelmsford Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

Movie Night is always the last Thursday of August!


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