A good messy time is guaranteed to be had by all Sunday September 10th at Moguls Sports Pub from 2 p.m. - 7 p.m. It's that time again to pie some local celebrities and raise money for Chase William Kuehl and the Phelan-McDermid Syndrome Foundation (PMSF). Chase is one of only 1500 children worldwide diagnosed with this disease. The prevalence of those with Phelan-McDermid Syndrome is estimated to be between 1 in 20,000 babies born. There is no cure, but it is PMSF's goal to find effective therapies to help those with PMS, and, eventually, a cure. Last year $9000 was raised and they hope to keep growing that number. 100% of the proceeds go to Chase William Kuehl and PMSF with an equal 50/50 split. This year they have decided to also give a $500 scholarship to a PMSF family in need to help them attend the bi-annual conference. It's this conference that families learn of the therapies that will help them with their children. For only $22 you get to pie 2 people in the face with a whipped cream pie. If you're feeling like whipped cream isn't good enough and you really want to make a point, then purchase a Golden Pie for $50 and smack someone with a real juicy blueberry, cherry or pumpkin pie. You can pie as many people as you want, just bring your cash or check. Moguls supplies all the ingredients and over 25 people to choose from. It's $22 because the disease is a deletion of chromosome 22.
Dave Hoffenberg (802) 683-5201 firstname.lastname@example.org
Burlington Out of the Darkness Walk to Figth Suicide
Event Dates and Times
- Starts: 12:30 PM
Oakledge Park, Burlington
Be a part of the movement turning HOPE into ACTION. Walk to fight suicide at the Burlington Out of the Darkness Walk. Funds raised support the lifesaving mission of the Vermont Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide prevention. For more information and to register in advance, visit www.afsp.org/burlington
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