Kids' Halloween Ball to Raise Money For Breast Cancer Research

A Framingham girl is hosting a Halloween Ball to raise money for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure, which her mom is a participant, in memory of her mother and grandmother.

Next year, Joanne Sarkar of Framingham will participate in her fourth Susan G. Komen for the Cure walk, in memory of her mother and grandmother.

This month, her daughter Suzanna is hosting a Kids' Halloween Ball to benefit the Susan G. Komen's Boston 3-Day For the Cure 2013 event. 

Kids ages 7-12 are invited to the Halloween Ball at First Parish in Framingham Saturday, Oct. 27 from 5 to 8 p.m. Admission $10.

There will be music, dancing, crafts, games, raffles, photographs, food, and more. This event is nut-free. Kids are asked to attend in a Halloween costume.

Parents, while free, are asked to stay at the event.

While tickets can be purchased at the door, pre-registration is required by emailing kidshalloweenballforthecure@gmail.com.

PLEASE RSVP ASAP, as space is limited.

In addition to the admission charge, there will be raffle and activity tickets sold at the party, too.

Donald Spitz October 16, 2012 at 02:44 AM
People give Susan G. Komen money to fight breast cancer and Susan G. Komen gives some of that donated money to the babykillers at Planned Parenthood. I don't think people who give money to Susan G. Komen to fight breast cancer, know their money is going to an abortion organization that kills unborn babies.


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