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ADK Wii Bowling Classic

Wednesday, November 14, 2018
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Goal: $5,000.00
Wii Bowling to raise money for a scholarship.

Tally Factory Demo Event

Sunday, December 31, 2017
Warren, MI
Goal: $5,000.00
The Hazel Park boy’s basketball program has been under transition for the past few years, and has experienced tremendous growth. The program strives to get our student athletes to be competitive and embrace sportsmanship while simultaneously improving their academics and building character. Basketball is the inspiration that keeps many students in school.


This year, several talented Hazel Park players are focused on the goal of playing the sport they love at a collegiate level, as they pursue advanced education. To increase their chances of success, our Hazel Park players must compete in MHSAA tournaments and play against the best teams in the state. As you probably know, students that attend Hazel Park High School do not always have access to resources that other schools are able to take for granted.

Most of the tournaments require travel and overnight accommodations. Relying on just the parents to cover these expenses places a financial hardship on many. We, along with the coaching staff, are giving all we can, but unfortunately it is not enough.

To support our kids in their pursuit of education through college basketball and a productive life in the future, will you please assist us by giving these hardworking young men the opportunity to succeed by pledging? Any amount helps. As the momentum and success of our basketball program increases, our goal is to continue developing our young men into productive young adults and to assist even more HP kids to get into college through basketball in the coming years.

We sincerely thank you for helping us change the lives of these fine young men.

Lincoln High School Band Alumni Reunion Party and Fundraiser 2 Games of Bowling

Friday, August 18, 2017
Warren, MI
Goal: $8,500.00
The Lincoln Bands have a rich history of excellence in music. Last year, our program began the trek back to its once great roots. As a result of our hard work, the LHS bands received 1st Division superior ratings at both MSBOA District and State Festivals, making it one of the best years in a long time. The students are eager to return for another exciting year of music.

Every LHS band alumni could probably tell a personal story about the positive impact band had on their life. Research shows that students in music programs do better in academics and have a higher graduation rate than students not in music. Music education is especially critical to students in lower socioeconomic districts, such as Van Dyke Public Schools. Since funding is limited, we must fundraise to ensure a quality instrumental music program.

Our goal is to raise $8500 to purchase concert band uniforms for the Symphonic Winds. The current uniform includes a matching band polo and then an array of different colored black pants/leggings/jeans, and an even bigger assortment of shoes. I want the students to feel proud of their appearance, and a more professional look will bring that sense of pride. Lincoln High School students sound as good as any other school we perform alongside and they deserve to have a uniform that brings focus to their musicianship.

Thank you for your support!

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