Wrestling Event to Benefit Local Nonprofit
Penn State York students in a in human development and family studies class have planned a pro-wresting fundraising event on Saturday, Dec. 6 to benefit Y.O.U.T.H. Program Inc., an organization that provides educational and recreational activities for at risk youth in York County. The event features Ground Breaking Wrestling, a pro wrestling group. Doors open at 6 p.m. with bell time of 6:30 p.m., at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 25 Springettsbury Ave., York. Cost per ticket is $10 for children and adults.
Students in HD FS455, development and administration of human services programs, planned the event as part of course work in class taught by JeanMarie St. Clair-Christman, Ph.D., assistant professor of human development and family studies at Penn State York. St. Clair-Christmas believes it is important for students to take part in events that benefit nonprofit organizations in the community.
In addition to organizing and running the wrestling event, students have sold Bon Ton Community Day booklets to benefit Y.O.U.T.H., Program Inc., and are selling raffle tickets with proceeds going to the organization. The raffle drawing will be held during the intermission of the wrestling event and features a grand prize of a one night stay and dinner for two at The Yorktowne Hotel, in York, as well as other prizes.
Tickets for the wresting event and raffle tickets can be purchased on campus the week of Dec. 1 or by e-mailing email@example.com. For more information, please call (717) 771-4161. To learn more about Y.O.U.T.H Program Inc., visit their Web site at www.youthprograminc.org.