Easter Egg Hunt and Carnival Fundraiser for Weston
Fundraiser for Weston, a brave 6 year old boy waiting for a new heart and lungs…
Saturday March 23, 2013
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Meet the Easter Bunny, Spiderman, Sponge Bob and Dora!
Kids can enjoy the Easter Egg Hunt along with many exciting activities at the carnival! Enjoy music by All Star DJ’s, a karate demonstration by Action Karate, a performance by O’Grady Quinlan Irish Dancers, Airbrush Tattoos by P. Mad Graffix, inflatables and carnival games by Party Bounce Rentals, a variety of wonderful vendors and much more! For $1.00 you can also write a message to Weston in a heart!
1:30 Ages 2-4
2:00 Ages 5-7
2:30 Ages 8-10
$5.00 donation per family is welcomed for the Easter Egg Hunt
$5.00 per person admission fee will be charged for the carnival ( kids 2 and under are free)
Pre-registration is suggested. You may register for one or both events. To pre-register please contact Beth Usic at (215) 996-1740 ext. 101.
Weston Keeton Fundraiser
This year’s event is very special to us, because all proceeds from the Egg Hunt and Carnival will be donated to a 6 year old boy named Weston Keeton. Weston is a brave little boy from Tennessee who has been in the care of the doctors at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia since June 1, 2011 waiting for his biggest wish, a new heart and double lung transplant.
When he was born he was diagnosed at 9 days old with a rare heart defect: congenital aortic stenosis and mitral stenosis. After undergoing three open heart surgeries before the age of 3, he also developed pulmonary hypertenstion. The doctors at CHOP recommend a life-saving heart and lung transplant.
During this time his family has had to live apart. His mom stays in Philadelphia with Weston, his baby sister and his oldest brother. His dad is back in Tennessee working so the family can keep their health benefits and with the help of other family they take care of the other 4 kids.
With the cost of a transplant often exceeding $500,000 many transplant families are unable to shoulder the financial burden of such a procedure even with their health benefits. Once Weston receives his transplants he still needs to live in the hospital for another 4-6 months to make sure there are no complications.
The Children’s Organ Transplant Association (COTA) is a national charity dedicated to organizing and guiding communities in raising funds for transplant-needy patients. Through the Children’s Organ Transplant Association, BucksMont Indoor Sports Center has decided to hold this event in Weston’s honor to help his family afford the care he needs. We truly hope you will help us to spread the word and come out and join us at this wonderful event. It will be fun for the whole family to know you are all working together to help Weston!
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If any injury occurs outside of BISC and prohibits a participant from continuing in the program, a doctor’s note must be provided and a credit will be applied to customer’s account. No payment refund will be issued.