Putting for Purple: 5th annual “Fun-raiser” for Epilepsy – October 14

by beth on October 5, 2018

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Above: You can putt “for purple” and enjoy other fun at a fundraiser supporting a Southborough girl’s personal cause this month (images cropped from flyer and website)

An annual fundraiser helps kids have fun while raising funds for a classmate’s personal cause.

(Though, that doesn’t mean adults without little kids can’t join in.)

The fifth annual fundraiser is in honor of (and partially organized by) Southborough 6th grader Emily Harmon, who suffers from Absence Epilepsy. (You can read more about her in a Community Advocate’s 2014 profile of her.)

Putting for purple 2018 flyer

(click to enlarge)

Putting for Purple takes place at Green Thumb on Sunday, October 14th, from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm.

Once again, the fun goes beyond mini golf. They’re entertaining with facepainting and an inflatable obstacle course. (Click on thumbnails below to take a look at some of the fun from 2016 event.)

Face Painting - 3rd annual Putting for Purple (by Beth Melo) Putting for Purple (by Beth Melo)

Donations of $10 per person will be collected to raise funds for FACES (Finding a Cure for Epilepsy and Seizures). It is a foundation dedicated to improving the lives for those dealing with Epilepsy.

If you’d like to learn more, visit Putting for Purple. You can also register there.

If you’d prefer to register by mail, click here to open a printable pdf version of the flyer.

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