Las Vegas Marching Arts, Sin City Chamber To Benefit Positively Kids Clients
Las Vegas Marching Arts, the Sin City Chamber of Commerce of Las Vegas and The Foundation for Positively Kids, are partnering to provide the ride of a lifetime to some local children who are terminally ill and medically fragile. The children will ride atop a 1971 International Harvester Fire Truck in the annual Helldorado Parade in April 2010 along with two firehouse Dalmatians. The children chosen to ride are clients of the Positively Kids organization.
The event will be partially sponsored by Swink Photography. Other sponsors for additional such events are needed and anyone interested in helping this cause is asked to contact Randy Warner at Las Vegas Marching Arts, 928-767-4895. To promote awareness, volunteers from Las Vegas Marching Arts will have the fire truck and the Dalmatians at the 6th Annual Sin City Chamber’s Holiday Party at the BMW Motorcycle Showroom on 6675 S. Tenaya Way, Saturday, December 5th at 6:00 p.m.
The entrance fee into the 6th Annual Sin City Chamber Holiday Party is an unwrapped toy. The toys are donated to member non-profit organizations.
Las Vegas Marching Arts is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and promoting a variety of creative youth-based music programs with a strong focus on a competitive DCI style drum and bugle corps for the city of Las Vegas and surrounding areas. LVMA focuses on the enrichment of the current music programs in Las Vegas in a concentrated attempt to fill the gaps in music education left by extreme budget cuts in the CCSD Secondary Fine Arts programs. Their goal is to bring people together by providing a safe, educational and drug-free environment for our young leaders of the future.
The Sin City Chamber of Commerce of Las Vegas is a local business organization that strives to promote all Las Vegas business and endeavors to reach out into the local community to help grassroots non-profit organizations achieve their goals.
The Foundation for Positively Kids is a local Las Vegas-based non-profit organization dedicated to developing services that can provide comprehensive care for Nevada’s medically fragile and terminally ill children. The Foundation, along with the medical community, has identified critical needs for the development of special programs and facilities designed to care for these children and their families.