J.A. of Hattiesburg prepares for carnival for Children's Center - WDAM-TV 7-News, Weather, Sports-Hattiesburg, MS

J.A. of Hattiesburg prepares for carnival for Children's Center

(The following information comes from the Junior Auxiliary of Hattiesburg.  Visit http://www.HattiesburgJuniorAuxiliary.org and http://www.thechildrenscenterclassic.com/ja-carnival.html for more details.)


Each year, the Junior Auxiliary provisional class takes on a special project to help the community.

This year, the ladies are presenting the first-ever Carnival in association with the Children's Center Classic   

The event will take place Saturday, February 27th from 8:00-11:00 

Admission: new or gently used development learning toy or a minimum $3 donation; All toys and money collected will benefit The Children Center for Communication and Development. 

More about CCCD:
The Children's Center for Communication and Development has led Mississippi in early intervention services for infants, toddlers and preschoolers with significant disabilities as many as 22 South Mississippi counties.  

CCCD has 2 major fundraisers a year - The Children's Center Classic 5k and 10k is one of them. This year, JA of Hattiesburg will be sponsoring a carnival at the classic. In addition to several game booths, we will have face painting, bounce house, petting zoo, and train rides. 

You can learn more about the Classic here: www.childrenscenterclassic.com and JA Carnival information can also be found on the race page at http://www.thechildrenscenterclassic.com/ja-carnival.html. 

What can you do? Come race, come to the carnival and bring a toy or a donation or do both! 
 
 

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