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READING, PA — Please join us at the Barn at Flying Hills (on March 1st, beginning at 6:00pm, for an official Kiss A Pig Campaign Kick-Off. Candidates will rally up their family, friends, and biggest fans and celebrate the start of a ‘hog wild’ experience! From the night of kick-off until the end of May, these community leaders and their managers will create individual campaigns, organizing a variety of events and fundraisers with the goal of raising the most money. The top three fundraisers earn the honor of placing a smooch on the lips of Miss Maycie May, the pot-bellied pig.
This year the contest will conclude on the evening of May 22nd, and pig kissing will take place at the Olivet Boys & Girls Club Annual Steak & Burger Dinner hosted at Crowne Plaza Wyomissing. Tickets to the event may be purchased at https://www.olivetbgc.org/event/2018-steak-burger-dinner/
For the next 10 weeks, the following individuals will dedicate their time and talent to raise funds and awareness for Olivet Boys & Girls Club of Berks and Montgomery Counties.
Bryan Cole & Dr. Steven Fallon – NAI Keystone / Berks Oral Surgery
Daniel Devine – JFC Work Force
Jud Firestone – Jud J. Firestone Plumbing
Maggie Kyler – Wells Fargo
Ryan McCallum – Tompkins Financial Corporation
John Montelenoe – Wyomissing Fitness & Training
Heather Moyer – Pottstown School District
Rick Perez – Reading Knights HS Basketball
Paul P. Rosa III – Penske
Olivet Boys & Girls Club wishes the best of luck to all the candidates. For donation opportunities and an updated list of the candidates’ events please visit our website www.olivetbgc.org.
About Olivet Boys & Girls Club
The Clubs provide a safe environment with programs that encourage character development, education, life skills and exposure to arts and culture. Such exposure allows kids to see their way out of poverty and become productive, outstanding members of society. The Olivet Boys & Girls Club has a strong reputation for providing life-changing experiences to its members, including mentoring experiences with diverse, trained and caring staff and volunteers who want to make a difference in the life of a child.
A chartered member of Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Olivet Boys & Girls Club serves over 3,300 members a year, 1,500 different participants a week and 800 kids a day at 14 locations in Berks and Montgomery Counties. The Club was founded in 1898. Its mission is “To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as healthy, caring, productive, responsible citizens. For more information about Olivet Boys & Girls Club visit www.olivetbgc.org