Roar for a Cure Family Carnival 2012

Roar for a Cure Family Carnival

East Hampton’s Ross School will play host to the Roar For a Cure carnival. Proceeds will benefit the Max Cure Foundation.

Saturday, August 18, 2012
12PM – 4PM
East Hampton NY

The 4th Annual Roar for a Cure Carnival will be held August 18th at Ross School, in East Hampton, New York. With three successful years behind us, celebrity guests, and professional athletes and families from around the metropolitan area will come out to support The Max Cure Foundation for Pediatric Cancer.

Roar for a Cure Family Carnival 2012

The outdoor event, presented by Town, will have exciting activities for adults and children of all ages, including barbecue, rock wall, mini golf, giant slide, mechanical bull, kids activities, ultimate gaga, inflatables, obstacle course, batting cage, DJ, auction, raffle, gourmet food and beverages, with complimentary gift bags for each family.

Founding Chairs

Annemarie & David Plotkin
Richard Plotkin

Honorary Chair

Ray Negron

Max Cure Ambassadors

John Franco
Trent Tucker

Event Chairs

Robin Katz Boyar
Alison Brettschneider
Lisa Daniel
Amy Kass
Bonnie Ponte
Ramy Sharp
Lyss Stern
Gail Tobias
Samantha Yanks

The first three Family Day Carnivals have grossed more than one million dollars!

Pride of Four $250
Individual Lion $125
Additional Cubs under 16 $50
Cubs under 2 are free!

Gold $10.000
Silver $5000
Bronze $2500
Family $1000

About Max Cure Foundation
MCF is a 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to advancing cures for pediatric cancers, funding the development of less toxic treatments for children, including the funding of an immune cell therapy lab at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center dedicated to alternative treatments for children battling the disease. MCF provides low-income families emotional and financial assistance and seeks to inspire children afflicted with cancer to face the disease with bravery.

Ross School
18 Goodfriend Drive
East Hampton, NY 11937

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