Details from our first Puzzle Day: Puzzle with Us to Support the Children’s Home High School for Students with Autism! Puzzle Day Saturday, January 24th, 2015 Trinity Lutheran Church, 5921 Springdale Rd., Cincinnati 45247
12:30 p.m. Check In 1:00 p.m. Contest Timer Begins 4:00 p.m. Prizes Announced
Put together a team to compete for fun and prizes in our JIGSAW PUZZLE CONTEST! Teams of 2 to 4 adults, kids, or families will compete for fastest puzzle completion times. Kids' teams will compete with 100 piece puzzles; Adult and Family teams will compete with 500 piece puzzles.
Adult Team: 2-4 members, ages 13 and up $15.00/member
Kids Team: 2-4 members, ages 7-12 $10.00/member
Family Team: 2-4 members, ages 5 and up $15.00/member (must include at least one member age 18 or over)
Prizes will also be awarded for teams raising the most money, so be sure to get all your friends to support you by donating and make sure they designate your team name in the message box on the contribution form.
Friends and family members not competing are invited to come and cheer the puzzlers on! There will also be snacks and activities available for competitors and their cheering sections, and a quiet room for those who might need a break.
Register for the Puzzle Day competition or make a donation in support of the Children’s Home High School for Students with Autism at: TeamDuncan4Autism.mydagsite.com
The puzzle piece has come to be known as a symbol of autism. We are all pieces of the puzzle of our community. Without all the pieces in place, we can’t see the beautiful overall picture. People on the autism spectrum just need a little extra support and understanding to find their place in the picture. Help make the connections by supporting our effort.
Funds raised will be used for:
1. Scholarships to ensure that students in financial need can access the services at the High School. 2. Funding for field trips for community, social, and job-related outings. 3. Supplies for teaching adaptive daily living skills, including health and fitness, cooking, laundry, hygiene, etc.
Team Duncan raises funds in honor of our namesake, Duncan Stuard, his sister Ainsley, and Calvin Schneider, who are all on the autism spectrum.