Pub Crawl

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SATURDAY --- April 10th, 2010

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Spring kickball is back! So come out, eat, drink, and be merry.  
Come dressed in your favorite baseball team or baseball attire!!! no cleats please!!!! 
Invite your mom, dad, sisters, brothers, cousins, friends, or whomever you know! 
Did I mention there will be baseball, baseball, baseball! 
So who's going to show up to represent their favorite teams – Are there only Red Sox fans in the town of Boston? Where are the Yankee pinstripe supporters? Dodger fans?  
Awards will be given out for teams with the most players representing at each bar, Best Waka/baseball costumes, team baseball theme, and much much more. 
Prizes include waka lawn chairs, t-shirts, beer coolers, and go karts tickets!!!! 

The Pub Crawl Lineup 

Crossroads 4: – 4:30pm

Corner 4:30 – 5

Match 5:00pm -5:30pm

Dillions 5 – 5:30

Cactus Club 5:30 - 6

LIR 6:00 – 6:30

McGreevy’s 6:30 – 7

Whiskey House 7 – 7:30

Daisy Buchanan’s 7:30 – 8 

Also we will be raising money for AIM!! So please bring $5.00 if you would like to donate and also check out the site for volunteer opportunities! Few programs exist to foster social relationships amongst young adults with disabilities. Friendships play a significant role in the mental wellbeing of individuals with disabilities. 
Advocates in Motion (AIM), a program of the Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress, seeks to provide fun, inclusive, interactive events each month for young people with Down syndrome.  
AIM’s primary goal is to foster social relationships amongst program participants while simultaneously providing exposure to some of the following: fitness/healthy lifestyles, community service experiences, job and career skill building, the arts, sports, etc. The hope is that through these shared experiences, participants will create and build friendships. 
“I enjoyed coming to AIM because I like meeting new people and making new friends. In the past I had a problem interacting with other people, so AIM was a good way to make friends.” -- AIM Program Participant