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Free Basketball Clinic with the Austin Toros (with free Dunkin' Donuts, too!)
posted by TexasDramaQueen on February 25th, 2011 8:46 AM
One of my clients (PrimeTime Sports) is hosting a community service project in Round Rock on Sunday, March 6, which rewards the participants with a free basketball clinic with the Austin Toros! It is a great opportunity for some team-building and to connect young athletes with the wider community. The service project is at the Clay Madsen Rec Center in Round Rock where the kids will be doing some light landscaping. We'll meet at the Dunkin' Donuts for free coffee and donuts, then proceed to the Rec Center (it is one block away). After the community service project, we'll head back to Dunkin' Donuts for the clinic (held in the parking lot). It is going to be a lot of fun - if you'd like more information, let me know! The official press release is attached, details are below. Hope to see some fellow Muellerites! Young Athletes Join TEAM GREEN To Benefit Area Parks PrimeTime Sports, the Austin Toros and Dunkin' Donuts Team Up With Round Rock Community Off The Courts January 26, 2011 - Austin, TX - PrimeTime Sports, The Best Game In Town, is excited to announce the first Team Green SLAM Dunk in Central Texas on Sunday, March 6, in Round Rock. Made possible with generous support from Dunkin' Donuts and the Austin Toros, the purpose of this event is to get pre-teens and teenagers connected with their community as a whole through a public service project - and have a little fun at the same time. "We are proud to be working with Prime Time Sports and sponsoring an amazing program like TEAM GREEN," says Shana Young, Business Development Specialist for Dunkin' Donuts. "Prime Time Sports and Dunkin' Donuts are dedicated to supporting our local communities through these types of programs." Participants will start the day with tasty treats at Dunkin' Donuts in Round Rock, then head over to the Clay Madsen Recreation Center to get their hands busy cleaning up and helping out as needed for the center. Attendees will participate in a scavenger hunt while working hard for their community. The winner of the scavenger hunt will be announced on-site and a prize will be awarded. After their project, participants will be rewarded with a free basketball clinic led by members of the Austin Toros! Five professional basketball players and four Toro dancers will be leading Team Green participants through a basketball clinic. They will share their personal tips, expertise and stories with the kids. As an added bonus the Austin Toro's mascot "Toro the Bull" will attend to cheer the participants on. PrimeTime Sports is proud to be a part of the Central Texas community and looks forward to this year's basketball, soccer, and 7 on 7 football tournaments. "PrimeTime Sports is about developing good players," said CEO David Stephens. "More importantly, we are about encouraging young people to be great. Commitment, dedication, hard work, team before self, these are the things you learn in competitive athletics. We are excited to show our players that these qualities apply in the real world as well, and these are the qualities that distinguish you from others." Who: PrimeTime Sports, Dunkin' Donuts, the Austin Toros and YOU! What: Team Green SLAM DUNK! When: Sunday, March 6, 2011 - 10:00 am breakfast tip-off - 11:00 am - head to the Clay Madsen Rec Center to help with general landscaping and maintenance work PLUS a scavenger hunt! - 1:00pm - Back to the Dunkin' Donuts for a FREE Basketball Skills Clinic with players from the Austin Toros and a chance to meet TORO the Austin Toros' rockin' mascot and the beautiful Toro Dance Team! Where: Dunkin' Donuts - 1500 South A W Grimes Boulevard, Round Rock Why: To connect our players and the community through service
Austin Planetarium Fundraiser, Yuri's Night in Austin THIS SAT!! 4/11/09 7.30pm
posted by joriane on April 10th, 2009 12:01 PM
On Saturday night, April 11th, 7.30pm at The Belmont, the Austin Planetarium is throwing an event to raise money for the hopes of building a planetarium in Austin. The event Yuri's Night is a collection of 200 parties spread through out the world to celebrate the accomplishment of the first man in space, Yuri Gagrin. There has been a few others parties in Austin, but no other one that promoted space like the Planetarium event. We are the largest city that does not have a planetarium. Perspective location of the planetarium will be across from the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum. The donation required is $25.00, which will get you great Russian food, drinks, music, and dancers. Richard Garriott will also have some time to speak about the project and space in general. There will also be great raffle items. Admission is free after 10.30pm. Belmont is located at 305 W 6th St. Website to purchase tickets: buy ahead as there is a capacity:
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