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Steady Steps Spring Fundraisers Approach!
Wednesday, February 24, 2010 • Posted February 24, 2010

Steady Steps is gearing up for Spring with a host of fundraisers to benefit a non-profit program that serves all of the Mason community. Here’s how you can help children in Mason receive quality childcare and early education:

· Play Golf! Sign-up for the Steady Steps Charity Golf Tournament to be held on Saturday, March 6th at 1:30 p.m. It’s an ABCD Scramble with a $50 entry fee. Contact Larry Smith at 347-8261 or the Comanche Creek Golf Course at 347-5798 to register and enjoy an afternoon for a good cause.

· Order Geraniums Now! Deadline is March 15. Still only $7.50 (or $7.00 if you order 4 or more), these geraniums are available in 6 lovely colors. You can pick up order forms at Mason banks and the Chamber of Commerce, or come by the Steady Steps office at the First United Methodist Church.

· Save the Date! Saturday, April 10 is "Barnyard Time" at the Community Building. At 6:00 p.m. we will begin serving barbeque prepared by Wellman Bauer (a.k.a. "The King of BBQ") and bids open on the Silent Auction. Steady Steps own "Barnyard Friends" (children and families) will entertain you. Next is the Cake Live-Auction (an event that will amaze you!).

Children who attend high-quality child care programs gain experiences that can change their lives for the better. Steady Steps Children’s Weekday Ministry is committed to providing quality early childhood education, and we depend upon the support of caring individuals to achieve this mission. In order to make childcare accessible to all families, Steady Steps provides sliding scale fees that cover up to 40% of tuition for those that qualify. We help hard-working parents and guardians, some of whom are single parents or grandparents. So, whether you sign up for golf, order geraniums or come to the "Barnyard Time" event (BBQ & Auctions) all you are—our most precious resource!

Please contact Nancy Wooldridge at 347-0043 or at: if you wish to donate to the auctions, volunteer or have any questions.





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