Thomas Johnson Fall Festival on Saturday, October 3rd

| September 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

Thomas Johnson Elementary/Middle School Release:

Free Fun For (F)All – Fall Festival and Silent Auction

School raises much needed funds for local SOBO School

Thomas Johnson Elementary/Middle School invites all neighbors and friends to the 7th Annual Fall Festival and Silent Auction. The Festival will be held at 100 E. Heath Street, Saturday, October 3rd 12-4pm.  The Event will be held Rain or Shine and has free admission!   

The Fall Festival is TJ’s largest PTO sponsored fundraiser of the year. The State of Maryland, Baltimore City and Baltimore City Schools does not have enough funds to furnish all that is needed to make a GREAT School. Fundraisers such as this are crucial to provide Computer Labs, required for State testing; Afterschool  programming; Team Athletics; Programming and Assemblies for the Arts; and much more.

There is something for everyone. The Silent Auction is a great opportunity to find some good deals for yourself or an upcoming gift for a friend. Available items will include Gift Certificates, Gift Baskets, Services, Sports memorabilia and more. The kids will enjoy their choice of Food, Games, Photo Booth, Moon Bounce, Pumpkin Painting, Dunk Tank and other Fall themed Arts & Crafts. Proceeds benefit TJEMS students.  Join us in kicking off the Fall season while enjoying your friends, families and neighbors and helping a local school and its students.

Find us on FB “TJEMS Fall Festival” to get updates. Donations are welcome at www.gofundme.com/zashwg.

Thomas Johnson Elementary Middle School is a Baltimore City Public School whose mission is to provide a well-rounded education through effective instruction in the core subject areas, through exposure to a variety of enrichment opportunities in the arts and technology, and through sustaining a culture of excellence.  To learn more visit www.baltimorecityschools.org/84 , or call us at 410-1575.

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