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    Anni Lacasse, left, got in trouble for vandalism so her mother, Jeanene Lacasse, right, asked Facebook for help on how to punish her. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)Anni Lacasse, left, got in trouble for vandalism so her mother, Jeanene Lacasse, right, asked Facebook for help on how to punish her. (Source: 3TV/CBS 5)

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    An Ahwatukee mother is appealing to neighbors on Facebook to help teach her daughter a lesson.

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Tucson, AZ-   On Saturday evening, October 19th, Tucson Speedway, the paved track at the Pima County Fairgrounds presents the Monster Mash sponsored by Southwestern Paint.  Super Late Models, Late Models, Southwest Orthopaedic Surgery Specialists Modified, Pro Stocks, Bombers, Mighty Compacts and Hornets are scheduled for exciting racing action.

A night of Spooky Entertainment is planned that includes Costume Contests with prizes for best adult and child costumes presented at Intermission.  When the gates open and until the racing action begins there will be games for the kids including Zombie Bean Bag and Body Part Ring Toss Games for Kids.

In the Super Late Model Division, Matt Levin has overtaken Ron Norman in the point standings with rookie contender Mariah McGriff sitting 3rd.

Tucson Speedway, "The Action Track Built for Speed", is a great night of affordable family entertainment. Adults $12, Senior & Military $10, Young Adults 11-16 $6, children under 11 years of age free. Save $12 on the SPECIAL Family package of 2 Adults and 2 Children Only $ 25. 

Tucson Speedway has been renovated. The racing surface has been repaired and sealed, the tower areas, the VIP area, the grandstands, the restrooms, the concession area have been remodeled and upgraded.  Free WI FI available.

Copyright 2013 Tucson Speedway. All rights reserved.

David Kelly contributed to this story.

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