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Oak Hill Elementary 2013 Fundraiser Event

*Family Fun-a-Thon*

Family Fun-a-Thon 2013

Friday, Oct. 4th 2013 at 4:30pm

10200 West 124th Street

Overland Park, KS

Sponsors Wanted!

We are looking for local businesses to sponsor our Family Fun-a-Thon! This year we will be offering publicity opportunities such as swag bags, banners, and recognition in our monthly newsletter. We plan to continue the tradition of having each Oak Hill student receive a Fun-a-Thon t-shirt with sponsor logos printed on back.

Don't miss the opportunity to have your business advertised throughout the Oak Hill community!

If you or someone you know owns a business and are interested in being a sponsor for this event please contact:

Chanie Mitchell <>
Cendi Engram <>
Megan Trimble <>

**To sign-up as a sponsor and submit your business logo for use on our 2013 Fun-a-Thon T-Shirt please complete the online form at the link below.

Your sponsorship is tax deductible!!

What's the Fun-a-Thon?

The OHE fall family Fun-a-Thon is new tradition being started in 2013 that will combine both the former walk-a-thon and carnival events into one as the school's annual fundraiser.

We want to respect your time by combining events and avoid having our students go door-to-door selling useless products.

Our goal is to raise at least $10,000 - this money goes directly back to our students to fund field trips, new technology, visiting authors, teacher grants, and new play ground equipment – just to name a few.

We invite and encourage every OHE family to join us and support the participation of their children in this FUN and enjoyable event to the best of their ability.

-Oak Hill PTO

Tentative Schedule of Events:

*Subject to change with more details coming soon*

4:30-5:00 (Pre-Kindergarten-2nd grade) Walk the track!
5:00-5:30 (3rd-5th grade) Walk the track!
5:30-8:00 Carnival activities, concessions, and open-play on playground

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