Assabet students March for Miracles – May 24th fundraiser for Boston Children’s Hospital

Above: March for Miracles is more than a two mile march. Family friendly fundraising festivities include a dunk tank. (Image from event Facebook page)

Next week, students from Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School will be holding their annual March for Miracles. Starting with a two mile walk, students are raising funds for Boston Children’s Hospital. Following the walk:

March for Miracles is an annual 2 mile walk around the track at Assabet Valley with games, food, and music. There are several “carnival style” games for children and some for adults as well. Participants may enter in “A Chance To Win”, one of the most popular components of the event. Hamburgers and hot dogs are grilled right in front of you to perfection.

It is such a fun time for people of all ages, including a moon bounce, and a dunk tank for students that want to get some friendly payback against their teachers. A relay race will be taking place during the walk, and there will be several other surprises that will be revealed that day.

Also promised for kids is a live animal show from Animal Adventures.

Tickets are $10 per adult and $5 per child 12 and under. All proceeds go directly to the Boston Children’s Hospital

Check out the March for Miracles Facebook page here for more details and updates.

For a look at the fun they had last year, click the YouTube video below: 

Posted to YouTube by Jocelyn Orangio

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