Playworks Detroit Four Square Challenge 2012

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Playworks Detroit is proud to present a Four Square Challenge, a fundraiser to benefit healthy recess and play in low income schools in Detroit.  Local celebrities from media, community leaders, sports, politics, and entertainment will be on hand to play a game of foursquare with event attendees.  There are no winners or losers, just a chance to have fun with friends and family, while raising money to support an important cause.  The event will feature a 50-50 raffle, giveaways by sponsors, music, and food and drinks available for purchase from Bert’s Market Place restaurant in the Eastern Market.

Save the date: May, 2012

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