8th Annual Osborn Hill Walk-A-Thon
Friday, May 4, 2018
Osborn Hill School’s Walk-A-Thon is a fun activity for all kindergartners through fifth graders. This has become an event that our students look forward to each year and we need your help! Our goal is to raise $12,500 to fund the many programs our PTA offers our children, including: Author/Storyteller Visits, Field Trips, Diversity Week, Science and Social Skills Programs, and much more!
We hope that each family will participate in the Walk-A-Thon. If each student raises $35, we will achieve our goal. Any pledge is welcome and appreciated!
NEW THIS YEAR: We are excited to announce the Walkathon will be a Spirit Day! Students are invited to wear anything they’d like to celebrate OHS and Walk-A-Thon! Get creative! Go green! And – keep an eye out for new spirit wear available SOON!
Your children will bring home pledge sheets this week. Weekly prize drawings will begin March 30th!
Thank you again for supporting Osborn Hill School and the PTA. We can’t wait for the walk!
Lisa English and Tricia Palsa
OHS PTA Presidents
There are two ways to donate:
1. Donation by Credit Card
- Complete and submit this form (You do not need a PayPal account to donate online)
2. Donation by Check
- Complete paper pledge form and check made out to OHS PTA
- Send form and check into school in an envelope marked “Walk-a-Thon”
(Additional paper pledge forms available online for printing)
All Pledges must be turned in or submitted by April 30th.
If family and friends would prefer to donate online, they may do so via this form.
If you have any questions about the Walk-A-Thon or would like to volunteer on the day of the event, please contact Walk-A-Thon co-chairs – Bridget Edwards at firstname.lastname@example.org or Stephanie Rooney at email@example.com.
If you own a business or your employer supports community events and would like to be a business sponsor for this event, please contact Bridget for more details.
Stay tuned for updates in the weekly Flash and thank you in advance for your support. Go Otters!