On Saturday, October 27, 2012, Austinites will gather on Texas School for the Deaf’s (TSD) South Congress campus for the first annual Spooky Skedaddle 5K and Festival. Join us as a Spooky Volunteer!!
Kids of all ages are encouraged to take part in the family-friendly festival, kids’ run and 5K. Festival activities include safe trick-or-treating, costume contests, games, super heroes in costume, and more. Entrance to the festival is free and open to the public.
TSDF is actively recruiting volunteers to help with the festivities between 3:00pm and 9:30pm. To sign up as a Spooky Skedaddle volunteer, please visit: http://test.tsdfoundation.org/spookyskedaddle/volunteer
More Info on the Spooky Skedaddle
The Spooky Skedaddle 5K and Festival is part of a series of community awareness and fundraising activities in TSD’s Language For All campaign. Language For All is a grassroots marketing campaign to help raise awareness and funds for the Texas School for the Deaf Foundation.
TSD has embarked on an ambitious campaign to inspire all Texans to support the fundamental right to language access for all of its citizens —including deaf and hard of hearing students. All money raised at the Spooky Skedaddle 5K and Festival will be used to support the language and literacy needs of all 7,000 deaf or hard of hearing students in Texas.
For more information, visit www.spookyskedaddle.org or contact Anne Adams, Executive Director of the TSD Foundation at (512) 462-5750 or email@example.com