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Hope for Three Happenings - Exciting Announcements!

posted Oct 7, 2012, 7:49 PM by Crissy Nolen

Hope for Three happenings are in full force for the month of October: 


 - It's official!  JASON FRYE, the 8-year old son of Tonya and John Frye of Tomball, TX is our 2013 cover winner.  Our esteemed panel of judges, the PALs class at Clements High School selected Jason to grace the cover of our second annual calendar, The Many Faces of Autism.  This incredible calendar features children from across the globe each diagnosed on the autism spectrum.  100% of the sale proceeds directly benefit our Family Resource programs. 
Pre-order your 2013 calendar now for only $10:  http://hopeforthree.org/shop43/

- For our local friends ...
We hope you, your family members and co-workers will join HOPE FOR THREE on Saturday, October 13th for fun-filled morning and walk at the TELFAIR LIFE CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE WALK.
100% of registration fees are donated to the charity of YOUR choice.  Walk starts at 9:00am
TO REGISTER: ($25 Adults, $10 Kids
): http://www.charityofyourchoicewalk.com/registration.html
Registration fees increase $5 Wednesday, October 3rd ($30 adults, $15 kids) 

An entertainment special and LIMITED ENGAGEMENT performance by CIRQUE IMAGINATION is sure to be an amazing evening of RUCKUS - a spectacular CIRQUE event.  Purchase discounted tickets to this event at the STAFFORD CENTRE and a donation will be made to Hope for Three for each ticket purchased with the promo code: HOPEFORTHREE.

When: Friday, October 19th, 7:30pm
             Saturday, October 20th,  3:00pm and 7:30pm

A $2 to $10 ticket discount is donated to Hope for Three!
PROMO CODE "HOPEFORTHREE" (ALL CAPS) must be entered at time of purchase to receive discounted ticket pricing.  

To stay informed "LIKE" us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HopeForThree or follow us on Twitter!

On behalf of our unique and special children, thank you for your support as we continue our mission to "Provide Help and Create Hope" to the many families in our community living with autism.

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