|School of Champions Graduation Party|
Art Fumerton - feedthechildrenvallarta.com
July 02, 2010
Again this year the Sheraton Buganvilias Resort Hotel hosted the annual Graduation Party for the School of Champions after school program. Burger King provided the hamburgers and fries, Coca Cola the drinks and the cake and ice cream from Don Chonito's Bakery.
|For more information, contact Arthur Fumerton at ArthurEFumerton(at)Yahoo.com or 044-322-158-8815. To make an online donation please visit FeedTheChildrenVallarta.com.|
Over 225 students attended the party from Magisterio and Volcanes. The entertainment was a sensational clown act and upbeat music. Transportation was provided by Vallarta Adventures and ITUR Transportation Co.
Sr. Fox and Café Roma provided the funds for food and extra expenses. Each student was handed a Certificate of Completion for their work during the school year. Each child was given a large bag of candy as they left the ballroom, compliments of the teachers.
Thanks to all those who helped make this party a huge success. The Children will never forget this afternoon.
Don't forget our School of Champions Summer Program:
Feed the Children Vallarta will conduct another summer camp at the School of Champions main campus for the 4 week period beginning July 12 through August 6.
$1 per day will keep a child in our summer camp program.
$25 for 4 weeks of education and enjoyment.For further information, click HERE. To make an online donation please visit FeedTheChildrenVallarta.com.
About the Feed the Children Vallarta (formerly Children of the Dump)
Feed the Children was founded in 1998, originally as Desayunos Para Los Niños de Vallarta, a Mexican non profit, tax exempt corporation. Through private donations, the program feeds more than 1,500 children daily in 5 primary schools around the dump, operates nine day care centers and an after-school program for 300 students in grades 3 through 6, teaching them English, math and computing. The goal of the Feed the Children Vallarta is to ensure education through grade nine and to educate the children of Puerto Vallarta in the skills necessary to rise above poverty. Click HERE to learn more.