A group of Huron High School students have organized a Friday night event that is sure to leave attendees feeling full and satisfied in more ways than one, with all-you-can-eat pizza and supporting a good cause.click on link for whole article: Huron High School student group to host Pizza Showdown to benefit children in Kenya
From 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, more than 100 pizzas will be delivered to the Huron cafeteria for a Pizza Showdown — an event that combines local business promotion, community camaraderie and good food together with helping sick and needy children in Kenya.
A new Huron after-school club called Youth Impact is organizing the showdown. It costs $5 for students and $10 for adults to attend.
The money generated will be given to the Take Heart Association's Hearts for Kids project. The Take Heart Association (THAP) strives to provide life-saving surgeries, support, resources and hope to families of underprivileged children in Kenya and East Africa who suffer from heart defects and disease, THAP's website says.
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Friday, November 30, 2012
Huron High School student group to host Pizza Showdown to benefit children in Kenya
Check out what our apia teens and friends are doing at Huron High School this Friday night, November 30, 2012! Yay Andy, Hanel, Atulya, Kevin, et al!
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