Words cannot express the amount of gratitude we have for everyone who volunteered their time, or donated goods or services to support this critical park fundraiser. You are not only making a difference in children’s lives that day but also helping to ensure Tarrywile Park remains accessible to future generations as well.
We’re trying to keep this on the “QT”, but we cannot forget the Santa’s, who go deep undercover, when it’s not the Christmas Season. We would like to thank Santa of the first wave; Peter Samardak, of the Bethel, Stony Hill Fire Department, Santa of the second wave; Joe Hemingway of Newtown. We would not be able to host such a fun filled event without your help.
As always, a special thank you to Meghan Friedland of Macaroni Kid for all the hard work, the many hours spent finding sponsors, volunteers, decorations, and organizing this amazing event which seems to get bigger every year. Santa knows what a big heart she has, and knows what’s on her wish list. Meghan has proven to be one of the hardest working, Tarrywile Park supporters that we have had the pleasure to work with. When all is said and done the 3rd Annual Candy Cane Hunt was able to donate $830 to Tarrywile Park & Mansion.
Stay tuned for details on the 4th Annual Candy Cane Fundraiser. Santa, Meghan and her cohorts have even more in store for next year!
I happened to overhear Santa talking with the Easter Bunny, giving the EB a few tips on how to make the Egg Hunt of 2020 an exciting time for all the girls and boys. One of his suggestions was to assist Meghan in finding big hearted businessmen and businesswomen who would be excited to bring another fun filled event to the children at Tarrywile Park & Mansion. It’s never too early to start planning for our next event, if you are interested or know of anyone who would love this opportunity, you can reach out to Meghan at firstname.lastname@example.org