D-10 Redneck Ball 2010

/D-10 Redneck Ball 2010

D-10 Redneck Ball 2010

Hello D-10 Friends! I am really hyped up to attend my first D-10 Redneck Ball next weekend. I love the pictures on the D-10 Facebook invite. If you haven’t seen them, join our group and check them out on the Redneck Ball invitation page. There are over 100 tickets already sold for this event. The price is ridiculously cheap at only $15 for Cowgirls and $20 for Cowboys until March 12th. This includes open bar all night, live music, bikini oil wresting, beer pong, flip cup and of course – the Oh So Famous…. MECHANICAL BULL!
All of this fun is put on to benefit our most vulnerable population, THE KIDS. Not only does the D-10 Society Board like to party and put on some of the most anticipated events of the year, the funds are dedicated to make our community a better place for kids to grow up! Over the last year, D-10 has generated nearly $8,000 for the Healthy Families Program at Pasco Kids First. Healthy Families is a child abuse prevention program that provides positive-parenting home visits to families who are expecting or have newborns. They assist families in changing the generational cycle of neglect and abuse by teaching them the skills to protect their babies and be the best parents they can be!

Thanks to YOU and the D-10 Society, eight of the Healthy Families home visitors will be sitting for their Family Development Credential Exam in May at PHCC. The funds raised at the 2009 Parties paid for their college tuition to receive this prominent certification. Hundreds of families will benefit from their new skills because you came out and partied with us! Hear it from the kids themselves: http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=GbSp88PBe9E#t=41

Thank you for your continued support in making a difference in the futures of these children and families. I look forward to seeing you all dressed up in your best Redneck get-up. Now Giddy Up and buy your tickets today!

D-10 Society Board
Healthy Families Program Manager

2018-12-05T16:18:49+00:00March 2nd, 2010|From the Board|0 Comments