You’re invited to Kidstock

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Dear Friends:

Thank you for your continued support of Priest Lake Education Foundation, Inc. and its mission to bring early and elementary educational opportunities to our wonderful community. Together we are making a difference! We are able to fund Priest Lake Preschool (two age group sessions), Ready! for Kindergarten (a parent program to help their kids birth - 5 years of age) and several grants such as Lego Robot Grant and Passport to Summer Reading Program that encourages kids to read 20 minutes per day to stop the summer slide.

All of these wonderful programs would not be possible without your support. We have two fundraisers per year, Vino at the Lake in June and Kidstock, A Concert on the Lake. We would love if you would join us as VIP at Kidstock on Sunday, July 16th at 1 pm. For $125 per ticket you get delicious food and beverages as well as knowing that you are helping keep Priest Lake Pre-school and our other programs going strong. General admission starts at 2 pm if you can’t make it to the VIP event.

You can purchase tickets two very simple ways by following these links:

If you are unable to attend we understand and will miss you. You can always donate through our website.

We know you have many places to give in our community and appreciate any help you can give us!

Have a great summer and we hope to see you at Kidstock 2017!

The PLEF Board

Missy Hill

Sue Perrett

Allison Hagman

Craig Hill

Stephanie Eldore

Jenny Eggers (Ready Director)

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