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Sham Rock-Out with Sloppy Joe

We are proud to announce the first annual Sham Rock N' Patty Party! All proceeds benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association!

We plan on an exciting Patty Party with green drinks, great food, music provided by Sloppy Joe, dancing, silent auction items and lots of fun to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!


Saturday, March 14, 2009 · 6:30 p.m.
Phoenix Ballroom
401 S. 3rd Street · Waco, Texas

Dinner

St. Patty's Drinks

 

Silent & Audible Auctions & More!!!

Tickets $35 Each


Purchase Tickets at ERA Graceland Real Estate

1512 Lake Air Dr., Ste. 116, or call the
Waco MDA Office (254) 399-8221


Become A Sponsor

We need your help to make the first annual Patty Party a huge success. We are having it downtown at the brand new gorgeous Phoenix Ballroom and plan for lots of food, drinks and fun.

Please consider putting us in your first quarter budget, or donating a silent auction prize, buying tickets or helping in some way to help Jerry’s Kids.

Sponsorships Include: 8 Event Tickets, Drink Tickets, Signage on Event Tables, Listing in Program

4 Leaf Clover Sponsor · $500
Lucky Leprechaun Sponsor · $1,000
Irish Blowout Sponsor · $2,500
Super Shamrock Sponsor · $5,000


Click Here for Sponsorship Form

About MDA
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The Muscular Dystrophy Association is a voluntary health agency -- a dedicated partnership between scientists and concerned citizens aimed at conquering neuromuscular diseases that affect more than a million Americans.

MDA combats neuromuscular diseases through programs of worldwide research, comprehensive medical and community services, and far-reaching professional and public health education. With national headquarters in Tucson, MDA has more than 200 offices across the country, sponsors 225 hospital-affiliated clinics and supports nearly 400 research projects around the world. The MDA clinic is held locally at St. Catherine’s Center at Providence.

MDA supports more research on neuromuscular diseases than any other private-sector organization in the world. MDA scientists are in the forefront of gene therapy research and have uncovered the genetic defects responsible for several forms of muscular dystrophy, Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, a form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease), childhood spinal muscular atrophy, and several other neuromuscular conditions.

The Association's comprehensive service program includes medical examinations, flu shots, support groups, MDA summer camps for youngsters and assistance with purchase of wheelchairs and leg braces. Summer camps in Central Texas are held at Camp John Marc in Meridian, and Greene Family Camp in Bruceville.

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MDA was created in 1950 by a group of adults with muscular dystrophy, parents of children with muscular dystrophy, and a physician-scientist studying the disorder. Since its earliest days it has been energized by its number-one volunteer and national chairman, entertainer Jerry Lewis.

The Association's programs are funded almost entirely by individual private contributors. MDA seeks no government grants, United Way funding or fees from those it serves.