We want to thank everyone who participated in the Rockland Boulders Active International Charity Challenge Event that was scheduled for Thursday, August 11th.
Unfortunately due to inclement weather, the game was canceled. But spirits remain high!!!
As many of you know there was a 50/50 raffle that raised $5,000 which will be split between Jawonio and the winner. Thank you so much to everyone who participated in this very exciting raffle.
We are thrilled to announce the winning number: 15724
A big THANK YOU to the Rockland Boulders for giving Jawonio a new night to help us raise even MORE MONEY!!
Sunday, August 21st at 5 PM
Your August 11th ticket will allow you to come to this game or go to any other remaining home game of your choosing.
Hope to see you Sunday!
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For almost 70 years, Jawonio has provided award-winning, integrated and innovative lifespan services for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities, behavioral health challenges and chronic medical special needs throughout the Mid-Hudson Valley Region of New York State. Over the past decade, Jawonio has expanded it’s unique and individualized services to Orange County as well.
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