Event to Take Place on Saturday the 26th
(STATE COLLEGE) – Sen. Jake Corman (R-Bellefonte) has invited children and their families to his annual Kids Day with the State College Spikes, which will be held on Saturday, July 26th in State College.
Corman’s Kids Day with the Spikes, a free educational event featuring representatives from state and local agencies with information to benefit children and grandchildren, will be held at Medlar Field at Lubrano Park, home to the Pittsburgh Pirates A affiliate State College Spikes. The event will take place from Noon to 3 PM, rain or shine, inside the stadium.
Senator Corman’s Kids Day with the State College Spikes is a fun and free way to gain valuable information on programs and benefits available to help your family and children. The Kids Day will feature representatives from state and county agencies and local organizations as well as free food and refreshments and entertainment for the whole family. The first 200 children accompanied by an adult will also receive a free State College Spikes game ticket.
“I believe it is important to provide new and exciting ways for my constituents to learn what programs and opportunities are available to them,” Corman said. “This event is offered as a community service to both entertain and educate our youth.”
Senator Corman’s Kids Day with the State College Spikes will feature games and activities for kids and will also give them the opportunity to interact with players from the State College Spikes.
Sen. Corman’s Kids Day with the Spikes is being sponsored by the State College Spikes, Berks Foods, Pepsi, Roaring Spring, First National Bank, Dominion, Prudential First Choice Realty, Shields Motors, Hershey Foods, JoeFM, and features dozens of local, regional and state exhibitors.
For more information on Senator Corman’s Kids Day with the Spikes, please visit Sen. Corman’s website, www.jakecorman.com.
Senator Jake Corman, the Majority Policy Chairman, represents the 34th Senatorial District, which includes Centre, Mifflin, Juniata, Perry and Union Counties.
Phone: 717 787-1377