Local MOMS Club, Twin Spring Farm Host Halloween Celebration Oct. 28 at Blue Bell CC
Local Chapter of the International MOMS Club and Twin Spring Farm to Host Halloween Celebration Sunday, October 28, at Blue Bell Country Club –
Blue Bell Country Club will be transformed into a public funfest site Sunday, October 28, when the International MOMS Club of the Greater Ambler Area and Twin Spring Farm School and Day Camp host a Halloween Celebration.
The special event, which will be held at the Gazebo Area of the Club’s Tot Lot from 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., will deliver fun, food, prizes, and a range of activities for area families...while raising money for the Mother-to-Mother Fund and collecting new and nearly new winter coats, backpacks, toys and more for the area’s disadvantaged children served by Cradles to Crayons.
“This is the first time this event has been held,“ said Adriana Motto, president of the International MOMS Club of the Greater Ambler Area and head of hospitality at the event. “In addition to creating a fun event for children and providing an opportunity to engage our community,” Motto said, “we expect that it will heighten everyone’s awareness of and need for support of these two important organizations.”
The Mother-To-Mother Fund is a special charitable fund organized by the International MOMS Club.® The Mother-To-Mother Fund is a special charitable fund organized by the International MOMS Club and supported by local chapters. It was started after the 1994 Northridge/Simi Valley Earthquake to help MOMS Club members suffering from natural disasters. The next year, it was expanded to also help all mothers experiencing devastating personal emergencies or disasters. Cradles to Crayons addresses the poverty faced by one in five children in the Greater Philadelphia region by collecting and providing new and nearly new daily essentials that disadvantaged children, birth through age 12, need to thrive – at home, at school and at play.
“This is the first time the local MOMS Club and Twin Springs School and Camp have collaborated on such an event,” said Richard Hood, Jr., director of Twin Spring Farm School and Day Camp. “And,” Hood continued, “it is very exciting for all involved. As well,” he added, “we have attracted volunteers from Wissahickon High School’s Interact Club.”
“We are planning a very busy day for all – from moon bounces, crafts and face painting to a Halloween fashion show for children and a pet fashion show,” said Heidi Overpeck, event director for the MOMS Club. “And of course,” she said, “kid-friendly raffles.”
“Blue Bell Country Club and the Blue Bell Country Club Association continually look for ways to serve this community,” said Jason Causey, Club manager, and Rosy Brophy, Association manager, “and the Halloween Celebration will help to introduce families and businesses to a facility – marked by the Arnold Palmer Signature Golf Course – that we are all very proud of.”
For more information, contact Heidi Overpeck at 484-744-7766 or email@example.com.