High-Five for the Kids - World Record Attempt
Tuesday, September 2, 2014 from 3:30 PM to 6:00 PM (EDT)
Terre Haute, IN
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Be a part of history! Bring your friends & co-workers and, as a community, we will break a Guinness World Record for the longest high five chain to show our support for the Wabash Valley.
Enter Hulman Center down the ramp at 3:30 PM. Be ready to have fun as the World Record attempt will take place at 4:30 PM. It will take about at least one hour+ to go through 1,900+ people giving a high five! It is a dominio effect as you will receive a high five, turn around and give a high five. You must stay in line the entire length of the World Record attempt.
*Must be 10 or older to participate in World Record.
*Event t-shirts will be sold that night for $5. (VERY Limited Quantities)
*Donate $5 to United Way that night!
WHAT DOES $5 DO IN OUR COMMUNITY?
- Provides a warm meal for 2 kids at the Boys & Girls Club
- Provides healthy snacks for 10 youth in the Boy Scouts After School Programs for underserved youth.
- Provides socks and underwear to a child in need
- Provides 2 books for a child learning to read
- Provides enough food for 20 meals through Terre Haute Catholic Charities Foodbank
Special THANKS to our supporters: Baeslers Market, B&S Plumping & Heating, Copper Bar, TroyHelman/Coldwell Banker, First Financial Bank, Duke Energy, Harrison College, Hulman & Co., Pepsi, Union Hospital, Miller-White, Indiana State University, Tribune-Star, Vectren & the Vigo Co. School Corporation.