Need a break? WSHS student leaders offering ‘Parents’ Night Out’ to benefit community-service project

March 15, 2014 at 12:32 pm | In How to help, West Seattle news, West Seattle people | Comments Off

Student leaders at West Seattle High School are working on a service project to help homeless people, but they’re not just asking for donations – they’re offering you a chance to leave your kid(s) with them and go have a fun night out this coming Friday (March 21st). Here’s what they’re offering and how to sign up:

We will provide dinner, snacks, and beverages for your children, and then we will be playing games and movies in our theater and gym!

Minimum Donation: $20 per kid with $10 for each additional child in family

Time: 5 – 10:30 PM

Dinner: Pizza, snacks, and veggies!

Sorry, but no diapers!

We will be having experienced students and teachers there at all times. Please RSVP at wshsparentsnightout@gmail.com

To RSVP please include: parent’s first and last name, child’s name and age.

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