Easterseals Invites Public to Kick Off 2018 Volleyball Challenge
|Easterseals Invites Public to Kick Off 2018 Volleyball Challenge (11/08/2017)|
Come out on Tuesday, November 28th from 4:30-6:30 pm to help Easterseals Delaware & Maryland’s Eastern Shore get the ball rolling on the 2018 Easterseals/CAI Volleyball Challenge! The Kick-Off will be held at the Easterseals New Castle location at 61 Corporate Circle. This will be a family fun evening for anyone interested in learning more about Easterseals and the Volleyball Challenge. Easterseals is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the lives of people of all abilities through exceptional services.
“We are so excited for the public to join us at the Easterseals New Castle location to help kick off this year’s volleyball event,” Julie Master Grilliot, Volleyball chair and Easterseals board member, said. “It will be an exciting evening where you will have the ability to tour the facility and hear inspirational stories from our volleyball ambassador, Emily, and her family. Plan to attend and enjoy food and drinks while learning how you can help us make 2018 a record-breaking year!”
Anyone interested in learning more about playing or volunteering in the Volleyball Challenge, which raises critically needed funds to help people with disabilities, is invited to come to the Kick-Off event at Easterseals, located at 61 Corporate Circle in New Castle.
The Easterseals/CAI Volleyball Challenge will be held on March 2-4, 2018 at William Penn High School, located at 713 E Basin Rd; New Castle, DE. Teams of 6 to 10 people play other teams in 90-minute time slots to raise money for Easterseals. Competitive play is also available. For more information, contact Laura Becker at Easterseals at 302-324-4444 x2065 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the fourteenth year, CAI, a leading information technology consulting organization, is title sponsor for this event, which last year raised over $320,000 for Easterseals. Founding Sponsor, Canada Dry, is also a returning sponsor.
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