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PENSACOLA, Fla., – Wahooloween at Blue Wahoos Stadium, a new tradition beginning this year on October 28th, will benefit Chain Reaction, a non-profit organization, which is a teen leadership institute.
Wahooloween will include community-sponsored trick or treating on the concourses. Families will have this opportunity to enjoy this evening at this fun, family-friendly event. More information about this fun event will come out in future weeks.
Businesses are invited to support this event and the community by sponsoring a table to participate in the trick-or-treat.
The Blue Wahoos are asking community leaders for a $100 donation that will benefit Chain Reaction and to provide candy for their table.
The first 20 community partners to sign-up will get their name/logo on bags given to children to trick-or-treat.
Chain Reaction is a teen leadership institute with a character education program that uses volunteerism as a teaching tool. They are focused on helping teens become all they can be and learning life’s lessons through volunteering.
Contact Shannon Reeves at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (850) 934-8444 ext. 333 to sign-up or for more information.
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About the Studer Family of Companies: The Studer Family of Companies is comprised of the Pensacola Blue Wahoos, the not-for-profit Studer Community Institute, Studer Properties, The Bodacious Family of Shops in both Pensacola and in Janesville, Wisc. and Bubba’s Sweet Spot.
All profits from the Studer Family of Companies are re-invested into job creation and funding early childhood education initiatives conducted by the Studer Community Institute including its plan to make Pensacola America’s First Early Learning City.
The vision of the Studer Family of Companies is to make the Pensacola metro area the greatest place to live in the world.
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