[TWO Contests]: Halloween Costume Contest for ALL Ages and Ride In the Joplin Christmas Parade with The Alliance as [the Grinch or Cindy Lou Who] Contest for K-5th Grade

Deadline to submit Halloween Costume is November 4th. See the Menu Tab for the contest above. VOTING will began after the 4th. Details coming on the Grinch/Cindy Lou Who contest! Join in and have fun for the whole family!

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Just around the corner is the Joplin Christmas Parade

Date: December 2nd  6:00 p.m.

THEME is “Storybook Christmas!”  The Alliance of SWMO staff have selected The Grinch as our parade entry!

Students Kindgarten through 5th grade can participate in our contest! 

Whoever collects the most funds will ride as the Grinch or Cindy Lou Who.

All contest funds will support the Project CARE Family Advisory group.  This group is in charge of planning parties for Project CARE Families.

Stop in the office OR contact us at 782-9899 to receive labels that be applied to a box or can (see labels below) to aid in your contest collection. The Alliance office is located in the Gryphon Building Basement, 10th and Main, Joplin, MO.

All collected contest funds MUST be turned into The Alliance office by December 1st. Winner will be notified that day!

 

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