Pot of Gold Bunco Tournament 2013
Saturday, March 2, 2013 from 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM (CST)
Fenton, United States
Join us on March 2nd for the 3rd Annual "Pot of Gold" Bunco Tournament to benefit Prevention of Child Abuse America and SouthSide Early Childhood Center.
The St. Louis Alumnae Chapter of Kappa Delta Sorority will host an unforgettable afternoon of Bunco, heads and tails, 50/50, a silent auction, refreshments and fun. Don't miss out on this memorable event!
Doors open at 1:30 pm, play begins at 2:00. The event concludes at 4:30 pm.
A Little More About Our Causes:
At the National Level:
Since 1972, Prevent Child Abuse America (PCA America) has led the way in building awareness, providing education and inspiring hope to everyone involved in the effort to prevent the abuse and neglect of our nation's children. Working with our collegiate and alumnae chapters, we provide leadership to promote and implement prevention efforts at both the national and local levels. With the help of our state chapters and concerned individuals like you we're valuing children, strengthening families and engaging communities nationwide. For more information on PCA America, go to: www.preventchildabuse.org
On the Local Level:
Southside Early Childhood Center's mission is to nurture, educate and inspire children and families with limited resources, fostering healthy development and a strong foundation for success.
Our vision is that children love to learn, live purposeful lives and contribute positively to their communities.
Every child has hope and great potential. Potential to succeed in school, to build strong friendships, to grow up healthy and strong. Our accredited early childhood program nurtures the strengths of each individual child, in partnership with families. Our skilled and caring teaching staff create an environment of joyful learning in indoor and outdoor classrooms, and help each child develop curiosity about and interest in the world around them.
Every child deserves the best early childhood education and care available. We welcome families from all walks of life, children who speak any language and children with special needs.
Children learn best when they are healthy. We follow every child’s developmental path, ensuring they receive medical and dental checkups, lead screening, speech/hearing/vision screening and disability and mental health assessments. Our breakfast, lunch and snack are all made in-house and with fresh, healthy ingredients that exceed the requirements of the USDA free lunch program. Children exercise every day at SouthSide – outside when temperatures permit and inside when it is too cold or too hot for safe outdoor play.
Families are our partners. SouthSide families volunteer in the classroom, in the garden and at community events, and contribute ideas to the governance of the Center. SouthSide helps families strengthen their voices and become advocates for their children, carrying that involvement on into elementary school. Monthly meetings and support groups address parenting concerns and questions, and bring guest speakers on topics such as weatherization, nutrition, budgeting and health.
For more information on SSECC, go to: http://southside-ecc.org