While more than 400 students in the Hudson High School Senior Class of 2019 are preparing for graduation on June 8, parent volunteers are busy planning their Senior All-Night Party.

For more than 30 years, the Hudson community, Hudson schools and parents have teamed together to put together an event designed to give graduating seniors a safe, chemical free environment as they celebrate their big night and say final farewells.

Since its inception in 1986 there has not been one tragedy among graduating young adults. This is a highly successful event with student participation typically in the 80%-90% range. The party has many fun activities and each year brings a few new events.

Past activities include laser tag, photo booth, bingo, chair massage, casino and carnival games, food, beverages, music and many prizes big and small. The planning committee is especially looking forward to utilizing the fabulous new HHS space this year.

All students can attend and ticket prices remain reasonable. Scholarships are available for those who cannot afford the tickets. Once inside the party all activates are free.

Hudson S.A.F.E. is a non-profit organization made up of parents, community members and

school officials. The Senior All-Night Party is their biggest event and they rely on donations to fund the party including the entertainment, decorations, food and prizes. The Hudson community has been very supportive and it is this community spirit that helps make it an event the graduates want to attend. Hudson S.A.F.E is accepting donations for the 2019 party and noted that donations are lower this year than in past years. You may donate any amount by visiting www.hudsonsafe.org or mailing a check made out to Hudson SAFE, Inc., to Hudson

SAFE, 808 Carmichael Road, #286, Hudson WI 54016.