WIN $100,000!!!

MAF 2014 Raffle Order Form

WIN  $100,000

ONLY 2,000 Tickets SOLD!!
Just $100 per ticket
One lucky ticket holder will win HALF of total amount sold
All net proceeds to benefit the
Madison Recreation Center (MRC)Turf Fields Project

Drawing: Saturday, May 4, 2014, 12pm at the MRC

(Winner need not be present)

MAF 2014 Raffle Order Form

To purchase please indicate number of tickets requested and send check for total amount payable to:
Madison Athletic Foundation
P.O. Box 195
Madison, NJ 07940
Tickets & information: donations@madisonathleticfoundation.org

NJ LGCCC Identification # 274-5-39298 Municipal Raffle License #1299.  No substitution of the offered prize will be made. This is a 50/50 cash raffle and the winner will receive 50% of the amount received for all tickets or rights to participate. All net proceeds to benefit the Madison Recreation Center (MRC) Turf Fields Project
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Engineer Wins Award for MRC

The Madison Athletic Foundation (MAF) would like to congratulate Madison Borough Engineer Bob Vogel for leading a cross-departmental team of borough employees in the successful design and implementation of the Madison Recreation Complex (MRC). Read More »

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Join the M Club!

M, the Roman numeral for 1,000, represents the 1,000 donations of $3,500 that would pay for the entire MRC project. Read More »

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Sponsor a Field Sign

PipeWorks Field SignSponsor a field sign, promote your business, show your support of Madison/Harding youth sports! Read More »

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Open for Business!

The fields are open! Check them out! Read More »

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Madison Athletic Center Fieldhouse receives approval

This past week the Borouh Council approved plans for the construction of a fieldhouse to be located at the Madison Athletic Center turf field complex located behind Madison High School. Please see the attached story that ran in the Madison Patch this week.

http://madison.patch.com/articles/borough-council-approves-plans-for-field-house

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Turf Fields: Early November, 2011 Progress

When is a turf field truly a turf field? When the turf goes down! Read More »

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MAF to Run Games of Chance at Rotary Family Festival

Madison -  The Madison Athletic Foundation (MAF) has partnered with the Rotary Clubs of Madison and Florham Park at this year’s Rotary Family Festival to run the “Games of Chance” amusements with all net proceeds going to support the Madison Recreation Center (MRC) turf fields project.  Volunteers including Madison High School student-athletes, MAF members and representatives from the many sports booster clubs in Madison will run the games of chance beginning on Thursday, September 8th through Sunday, September 11th.  The games will be open on Thursday from 5 PM until 9 PM and on Saturday and Sunday from 2 PM until 9 PM.

“It’s great to see a community come together and support local charities in such a fun, family-oriented way, “ said Marty Horn, MAF chairman, “The Foundation’s focus now is on fundraising for the MRC turf project and running the Rotary Family Festival Games of Chance is a great way to engage the community in our fundraising effort.  If the weather is good the festival should be a huge success. We want people to know when you come the festival this weekend and spend money on the Games of Chance you’ll be supporting our fields!”

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Video Report on MRC from Madison Patch

Madison Patch posted a great video report featuring MAF Chairman Marty Horn, showing all the great progress to-date on the turf fields. check it out! Read More »

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Have a Look – Commencement of Construction on the Turf Fields

Work on the turf fields has begun! Check out our photo gallery. Read More »

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