Fun N’ Games hosted by BACH and Pearland Lions Club

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Brazoria County Association for Citizens with Handicaps, (BACH) has teamed up with the Lions Club of Pearland to host Fun ‘N Games on Saturday, June 23 from 10:00 a.m. to noon at the Lion’s Club of Pearland building at 3550 S. Main Street in Pearland.

Fun ‘N Games is a family friendly special event for children with special needs. This carnival-like event will celebrate each special child with races, carnival games & prizes, music, clowns, and more. This event is free for every child, their siblings, and family.

This fun filled event will take place indoors so no matter the weather families can expect a morning full of laughter, games and entertainment. The Lion’s Club of Pearland will be cooking up delicious hot dogs and hamburgers for all who attend.

“Our group is looking forward to hosting the kids and their families for a morning of fun,” stated Dr. Hugh Patton, president of the Lions Club. “Community involvement and volunteer service are pillars of our mission, plus we enjoy sharing our facility and our time to see smiles on the faces of children with special needs.”

BACH has been helping children with special needs in the Pearland, Manvel, and Alvin areas for over 20 years. Last year the organization helped approximately 600 children and their families. BACH currently operates the only Early Childhood Intervention program in Brazoria County and an on-site pediatric therapy clinic, “Buster’s Kids,” at their Angleton facility.

BACH is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization which provides therapeutic, educational and social programs for children with special needs. BACH also provides ongoing therapy for disabled and/or delayed children throughout Brazoria County. Our focus is on special kids from birth to twenty years old who need a helping hand to achieve developmental milestones, as well as provide preparation to ensure school readiness and educational success.

For questions about Fun ‘N Games or about BACH services, please contact Haley Ruthstrom at [email protected] or at 979-849-2447.

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