ADVISORY: Family Fun Festival Brings Spark to LifeTown

September 12, 2018
Contact: Bryan Huffman

ADVISORY: Family Fun Festival Brings Spark to LifeTown
Fun and games coming to Columbus to support local children facing disabilities

COLUMBUS, OH- Next Level Trainings is producing a fun family-friendly event. All efforts benefit LifeTown Columbus, a non profit organization that provides vital life-skills training in a safe environment to disabled youth from 13 Central Ohio school districts. There will be food, fun, and games for the kids, a silent auction, and a 50/50 raffle including gift baskets filled to the brim with goodies for kids and adults. Local businesses have generously donated items to be raffled off as well as providing refreshments for this one-of-a-kind event. Don’t miss a moment of the fun and excitement! Support the children of LifeTown.


The Family Fun Festival is a non profit fundraising event. Students, family, friends, and the community are coming together to support the future of LifeTown. The festival will feature a 50/50 raffle, caricatures, food, games, a DJ playing the hits, and much more. There will be plenty of opportunity to donate directly to LifeTown and gain insight to the accomplishments LifeTown is creating.


Sunday September 16, 2018
Press to invited from 1:30pm to 3:30pm


Makoy Center
5462 Center St.
Hilliard, Ohio 43026


Hosted by: Next Level Trainings. Supported by: Emma Culp, Raising Cane Charm, Winesburg Lawn & Garden, Kaufman Lawn Furniture, Dutch Craft Furniture, Swiss Country Lawn & Craft, ERBS Stove Center, Country Gatherings, Homespun Treasures, Rebecca’s Bistro, Woodhouse Spa, Jeni’s Ice Cream, Harvest, Giordanos, Dean’s Jewelry, Weathervane, DrPepper, Harness & Boot, Boyd & Wurthman Restaurant, FlagHouse.


The event is being held as part of a 34-day long fundraising campaign by Next Level Trainings’ current leadership class. Approximately 2,500 children from all areas surrounding Columbus are being trained in vital life skills that set them up to be leaders in their lives and the community. With the support of caring individuals, these students can continue to be educated in areas such as time management, money management, artistic expression, and traffic safety.

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