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ORGANIZATION: Fairfield Police Activity League

Join the Fright. Ignite the Future.

Scare with a Purpose at sKREAMz Haunted Attraction's 2025 Haunted House "Blood Harvest"

As the spooky season approaches, sKREAMz is excited to announce the launch of "Blood Harvest," a haunted house experience like no other. "Blood Harvest" promises to deliver spine-chilling scares and unforgettable memories for all who dare to enter. However, to bring this event to life, we need dedicated volunteers to join our team. Volunteering for "Blood Harvest" offers a unique opportunity to have fun, meet new people, and make a significant impact on the lives of local teens.

The Blood Harvest will run Fridays and Saturdays in October between 5pm and 11pm. This year's Haunted will return to 1795 PENNSYLVANIA AVE, FAIRFIELD CA 94533.

Volunteer are needed to help as:

Actors: Perform as characters in the haunted house, creating an eerie atmosphere and interacting with guests.

Stage Designers: Design and construct sets and props to create an immersive haunted house environment.

Makeup Artists: Create realistic and horrifying makeup looks for actors.

Photographers: Capture the event, including behind-the-scenes and guest reactions and photo booths

Costume Designers: Design and create costumes for actors to enhance the haunted house experience.

Security Volunteers: Ensure the safety and security of guests and volunteers.

Volunteering for "Blood Harvest" is more than just a chance to have fun; it's an opportunity to make a difference. Interested volunteers can sign up by visiting our website at skreamzha@gmail.com. No prior experience is necessary--just a passion for helping others and a love for all things spooky!

Join us in making "Blood Harvest" a spectacular event that not only scares but also inspires. Together, we can provide crucial support to the Fairfield PAL Teen Center and ensure every teen has the opportunity to succeed.

ABOUT sKREAMz Haunted Attractions

Skreamz Haunted Attractions has been entertaining and thrilling guests for over 10 years. Every year, our talented team of actors and designers create a brand-new haunt full of surprises and scares that will keep you screaming for more. With the added benefit of helping to raise funds for the PAL College, Leadership, and Career Preparation program, this is an experience you won't want to miss. Our all-volunteer team works year-round gathering props and others items necessary to create a local and affordable spooky experience for families with older children and our community. We scare, because we care!


The Fairfield PAL Program is open to Fairfield, Suisun, and Travis Students ages 13-18 who are enrolled in school. Membership is FREE and can be applied for at the Fairfield Community Center (1000 Kentucky Street) with a current ID and parent / guardian signature. The facility is currently undergoing construction and programs are subject to change with little notice. Updates are made on social media as they become available. Fairfield PAL uses the fun of recreation to engage teens and build great qualities. For more information about PAL, please call (707) 330-8757 or visit the program's webpage at Fairfield.ca.gov or follow us on social media by visiting the program's Facebook page at @Fairfieldpal1, Twitter at @pal-fairfield, TikTok at @fairfieldplateencenter and Instagram at ff_pal_center.

*Important information

*Volunteer time shifts are broken down into the following time frames:

Friday Afternoon

Friday Evening

Saturday Afternoon

Saturday Evening

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About Fairfield Police Activity League


PO Box 3342, Fairfield, CA 94533, US

Mission Statement

The Fairfield PAL Teen Center uses the fun of traditional recreational programs to engage underserved teens and help build great qualities in members. WHO WE SERVE Racially and ethnically diverse young people from predominantly low-income households within Fairfield, Suisun, and Travis who are placed at disproportionate risk of becoming disconnected from school, community, family or underserved by traditional services and programs. WHAT WE DO PAL uses traditional recreational programming (fun and choice based) as a gateway to engage teens in programming and activities that support the development of the social and emotional skills required to develop a positive self-identity and become productive and active members of our community. These programs-which are organized, structured, evidence-based and adult facilitated-provide excellent opportunities for teens to develop and grow to become fully functioning adults. Participation in these activities is associated with autonomy and identity development, positive social relationships, learning conflict resolution, academic success, mental health, civic engagement and improved physical health. At PAL, recreational programs become the beginning of social, emotional and wellness skill building and development to help teens thrive. OUR IMPACT Youth from diverse and underserved neighborhoods will be more connected to the larger Fairfield community and possess the social and emotional skills necessary to actively engage and thrive in their family, life, and career choices. Global perceptions of youth and their ability increase within the Fairfield community. Increased interpersonal skills and ability to identify and manage emotions effectively. Increased sense of positive identity and self-efficacy. Increased exposure, understanding, and use of prosocial norms. Global perceptions of youth and their ability to make positive contributions will improve and/or increase within the Fairfield community. Increased interpersonal skills and ability to identify and manage emotions effectively. Increased sense of positive identity and self-efficacy. Increased exposure, understanding, and use of prosocial norms. PAL Program Phases Engagement / Recreation Programming Establishing Emotional and Physical Safety Relationship Building Meaningful Participation Skill Building Please note: All Fairfield PAL volunteers, staff and supports are expected to support and role model the Alive & Free framework. Training is provided. You can find out more about Alive & Free at https://stayaliveandfree.org/ California Senate Bill 506 imposes new requirements to volunteer with youth that include an FBI background check and a 2 hour Mandated Reporter Certification training. Additionally, it requires at least two mandated reporters be involved at all times. Costs are covered by the program. Volunteers are a critical component at Fairfield PAL. To ensure everyone’s success, there is a mandatory application process that includes a local background check done by the Fairfield Police Department. The PAL Program will pay any costs assocated with the background check process.


Because our program is uniquely structured to address the needs of Fairfield teens and it can make YOU healthier! Volunteering at PAL:

provides an invaluable service to the community - no matter what you do as a volunteer, you make the program and our community stronger!

offers personal and professional enrichment - in fact, some volunteers can even enroll at Solano Community College and other schools to receive academic credit!

is good for your health and happiness! Those who volunteer have lower mortality rates, greater functional ability, and lower rates of depression later in life than those who do not volunteer!

What makes a good PAL volunteer? (What do PAL members wish adults knew?)

Don't be afraid of the PAL members. Try not to just talk to the other adults while you are at the center. Questions are great icebreakers!

If you say you are going to come, come (at least most of the time).

Come to have fun, smile!

If a rule is broken, do not look the other way. (They know you know.)

Don't try to "counsel" right away, get to know members first. Staff can help you with this!

Mandated reporters are individuals who are mandated by law to report known or suspected child maltreatment. Mandated reporters are required by the state of California to report any known or suspected instances of child abuse or neglect to the county child welfare department or to a local law enforcement agency (local police/sheriff's department). No proof of abuse or neglect is needed, only "reasonable suspicion" that child abuse or neglect may have occurred. If you are at all concerned about the possibility of abuse or neglect, you should report.

The general process to become a PAL Volunteer

1.Attend a PAL Volunteer Orientation and agree to be a Mandated Reporter.

2.View the Alive & Free introduction and agree to join us in keeping PAL member's Alive & Free. You can watch the video at any time at https://youtu.be/9UJ4OPcaeq4 (For more information, please visit https://stayaliveandfree.org.)

3.Complete all necessary paperwork (application, supplemental application, and waiver) and return to Heather Sanderson.

4.Complete an Applicant Processing Form and have background check (fingerprints) done at the Fairfield PD. Drop in hours are available or you may call the Records Department at 428-7300 to make an appointment.

5.Please note effective June 1, 2017 all volunteers will be required to sign in and out of the PAL Center using a PAL ID.

"The most important determinant with respect to crime rates and youth success is not IQ, family or individual temperament, but the willingness of a community to act."


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Children & Youth, Community, Veterans & Military Families


Thu Aug 01, 2024 - Fri Nov 15, 2024
12:01 AM - 11:59 PM


Fairfield, CA 94533







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