Macaroni Kid hosts ‘I have a dream’ pajama party Jan. 20

January 19, 2014

NEW — Noon Jan. 19, 2014

Macaroni Kid invites parents and children to bounce and dream for a good cause at a special Jan. 20 event.

Families can celebrate their Martin Luther King Jr. holiday with a trip to KidzBounce for Macaroni Kids’ “I have a dream” pajama party benefitting pediatric cancer research.

Children can expect to bounce around on inflatable toys, play with Legos, receive art instruction, capture memories in a photo booth, and munch on provided snacks and pizza.

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Skyline targets pediatric cancer research

December 17, 2013

Teenagers are generally a competitive bunch, and Skyline High School tried to take advantage of that during its Winter Wonder Week fundraising campaign.

From Dec. 9-13, the school’s Associated Student Body leaders organized a series of fundraising activities to benefit the Ben Towne Foundation, a local organization that supports pediatric cancer research at Seattle Children’s Research Institute.

The ASB brought in donations through: an acoustic music night; a “Buff Puff” volleyball tournament that featured a match between the Skyline varsity squad and staff members; and a “Pack the Rack” basketball doubleheader against rival Issaquah, where students were encouraged to wear blue shirts in support of cancer research.

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