Next weekend, the Faribault Police Department and the Paradise Center For The Arts are holding a fundraiser for the Faribault Police Department that will 100% benefit the special programs that the Faribault Police Department puts on for residents.

According to the Faribault Police Department's online weekly publication, The Point After the fundraiser will start off on "Saturday, October 16th, as the Paradise Center for the Arts will be the scene of a fundraising concert for the police department. Spearheaded by Scott Amundson, the event will kick off at 7pm with Chief Andy Bohlen highlighting our many community events, a demonstration by K9 Thor, meet our SWAT members, and the opportunity to check out a couple of our vehicles."

At 8pm the band Street Talk will begin playing "some great music from the 80’s, 90’s and 2000’s!"

Tickets are $20, with 100% of the funds being donated to the department. Tickets are available by calling 332-7372, stopping into the PCA during open hours, or online at:

So make sure you come on out, support the men and women of the Faribault Police Department and all of the programs that they offer the community as well as ensure we are safe from criminal activity.

Gordy Kosfeld had Faribault's Police Chief Andy Bohlen on AM Minnesota today talking about the event, you can find that show and listen back to it by going here. (The show will be up after 11am)

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