Stafford Township School District PTA Fundraiser

Dated: 09/01/2012

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Stafford Township School District
Community Email Notification System
Organization: Parent Teacher Association
Time & Date: September 22,2012 10am
Location: all schools
Contact: PTA
Email: [email protected]
Subject: Bridgewalk 2012
 
Please join us for a day of fun on Saturday September 22, 2012.

Bring your family, friends and neighbors and WALK THE CAUSEWAY BRIDGE! The theme for this year is Luau. Prizes for best Hawaiian Spirit!
SURF UNLIMITED is sponsoring a post-walk Beach Party and surf lessons by the Surf Unlimited Surf Team!
Walk starts at 10am from Mud City Crab House. $5/person to walk or $15/person which includes a t-shirt.
The Stafford and LBI Schools PTA's & the Southern Regional Middle and High School SEPTA use the funds raised for student enrichment programs.
Bridge Walk 2011 raised $10,000 dollars and had 1800 people WALK THE CAUSEWAY. Click here for a copy of the registration form.

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