A week from Saturday, parents can take advantage of a Kids Bonanza in town to enjoy a night out.
Some Algonquin students have teamed together to support the PKD Foundation. The charity is raising money to help find treatment and a cure for Polycystic Kidney Disease.
According to the foundation’s website:
Polycystic kidney disease (PKD) affects hundreds of thousands in the United States and millions worldwide – and yet, many people have never heard of it.
(The foundation promoted its awareness day on social media yesterday. But I’m sure it’s never too late to help spread awareness.)
On Saturday, September 10, the fundraising team will be holding a “Kids Bonanza”. Parents can drop off their kids ages 3-11.
Parents can be assured that their little ones are in good hands and having a great night!
The event will be held at the Saint Mark’s Church parish hall. There are two pricing options depending on how long you plan to paint the town red:
- From 6:30-9:00 – $30
- From 6:30-11:00 – $45
Updated (9/2/16 11:21 am): I was able to get more details to share:
The event is run mainly by Algonquin sophomores but will have 3 adult supervisors. Fun planned includes a back to school craft, games, pizza and a movie. There will also be snacks (with options for gluten free and nut free).
If you have questions, you can contact Steph Kalinowski at email@example.com or 508-808-4057.