BACH is thrilled to introduce this year’s Barn Bash Event Chairman, Commissioner David Linder, and Co-chairman, Jordana Harwell. Both are very involved with the BACH organization and passionate about BACH’s mission, “Helping Children with Special Needs Achieve.”

BACH seeking sponsors for Barn Bash

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BACH is thrilled to introduce this year’s Barn Bash Event Chairman, Commissioner David Linder, and Co-chairman, Jordana Harwell. Both are very involved with the BACH organization and passionate about BACH’s mission, “Helping Children with Special Needs Achieve.”

BACH is thrilled to introduce this year’s Barn Bash Event Chairman, Commissioner David Linder, and Co-chairman, Jordana Harwell. Both are very involved with the BACH organization and passionate about BACH’s mission, “Helping Children with Special Needs Achieve.”

By KAROLYN GEPHART

Event sponsors and auction donors are needed for the upcoming BACH Barn Bash May 17 at the Brazoria County Fairgrounds auditorium 901 S. Downing in Angleton.

The Barn Bash is BACH’s premier annual fundraiser with a barbecue dinner, a silent and live auction and new this year, a gun raffle.

Barn Bash Event Chairman for 2018 is Commissioner David Linder, with Co-chairman, Jordana Harwell.

With the support of event sponsors, live and silent auction bidders, and the purchase of dinner plates, BACH will raise much-needed funds to provide life-changing therapies to children with special needs in and around Brazoria County.

People are needed to become event sponsors, purchase a gun raffle ticket, donate an auction item, participate as an active bidder, buy a dinner ticket or volunteer time.

Founded in 1973, BACH is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization, which provides therapeutic, educational and social programs for children with special needs. BACH has numerous skilled therapists serving disabled and/or delayed children with special needs from birth to 20 years old who live throughout Brazoria County.

For more information on the Barn Bash, contact Executive Director Patty Swords at the BACH office at 979-849-2447.

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