Friday, November 20, 2009

Thanksgiving Dinner for needy Children & Families

The Step Ahead Program will once again make a difference in our community this holiday season by hosting our 7th Annual Thanksgiving Dinner to Celebrate Children attending our community schools and with the special emphasis this year on "Keeping Hope Alive" in our Families".

I am now writing to you as Administrators, Principals and Coordinators to please collect all names of families and children who you feel can and would appreciate a hot and prepared Thanksgiving Dinner. Let us know the number of students and families who plan to attend the upcoming Annual Thanksgiving Dinner "Celebrating" Children on Saturday, November 21st, 2009 at 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. in order that we may be prepared to serve them.

Please know that all are welcome, including Principals and Teachers; this is a joint initiative to serve our community; please gather the name list for children whom you feel their family would benefit on this special day and turn it in to the Office of the Principal or the coordinator for the school.

Please contact Mr. Brady at (301)674-9702 (cell) at your earliest convenience so that we will have an idea of how many people we will serve. Each school is allowed to invite up to 40 families who may be in need this year. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions. Let us continue to work together in making our "Children" our Top Priority. Again, I appreciate all that our educators are doing to save our young people. "Keep Hope Alive". . . . .You are also welcome to contact Mrs. Kim Smith, Ass't Director of the Step Ahead Program & Missions Coordinator at (571)228-9353.This is the season to give Thanks.Thank you in advance for your prompt consideration of this very important matter. Hoping to see your students at the event.

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