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 - Starting with the December 5th reorganization meeting, all Board meetings will now be held in the LGI room (old HS library).

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First page of the PDF file: YIPBreakfastwithSanta-2023

It’s time for Youth in Philanthropy’s annual YIP Breakfast with Santa event.  

The event will take place in the Warrior Run Elementary School Cafeteria on Saturday, December 9th.  We will host two seatings, 8:00 am and 9:30 am.

Use the link below to fill out the form to reserve your tickets for the event.  

YIP Breakfast with Santa - 8:00 am seating

YIP Breakfast with Santa - 9:30 am seating

The cost is $5.00 per ticket.  We will be able to accept cash or check (payable to WRCEF). You will be provided a sit down breakfast of pancakes and fruit along with selected beverages.  You will also get to see Santa!!!  

The proceeds from this event will contribute to the money that the Youth in Philanthropy students will disperse in the spring following our grant application process.  

This event will be limited seating with a 150 seat capacity.  If your submission is received after the limit is reached you will be notified.

Contact Mr. Myers ( or Dr. Landis ( if you have any questions.

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