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Admission to this event is $1. Under 13 admission is free.
This is the map for the 11th annual Mayor's Sunday is Funday - August 21 Mayor's competition starts at 11AM....Entertainment and Vendor booths begin at Noon until 4PM
SAVE YOURSELF the PARKING HASSEL
- Park at Intel and ride the FREE shuttle bus to the park.
It will be a lot faster than trying to find a parking space on one of the side streets.
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What's Sunday is Funday all about?
The 11th Annual Mayor’s Sunday is Funday will be a big Happy Birthday celebration for Rio Rancho and one of the coolest events you’ll participate in this summer. Sunday is Funday, is designed as a great way to bring our community together. Mark this date on your calendar: Sunday, August 21, 2016 from noon to 4:00pm at Haynes Park.
At this fun family style picnic, you’ll find many exciting events and musical entertainment, along with family budget friendly food. The events will include; fun jumps, quidditch games, mechanical bull, activities for kids, and interesting vendor booths. During the event you can plan on taking a dip in the pool and visit the silent auction to be held in the air conditioned Haynes Park Community Center. The many beautiful shade trees will provide a great atmosphere and break from the heat. And the Mayor’s Competition will include a giant slide and obstacle course. Kids of all ages will be able to use the slide and obstacle course after the competition.
The Mayor’s Sunday is Funday is sponsored and coordinated by the Rio Rancho Kiwanis Club; the City of Rio Rancho’s Parks & Recreation and Community Services Department; the Rio Rancho Boys and Girls Club; and the City of Vision Civitans.
After paying event expenses, proceeds will benefit youth programs in Rio Rancho such as scholarships for city parks and recreation programs, the Rio Rancho Boys and Girls Club, the Sandoval County Juvenile Justice Program, and the Boy Scouts.
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Sandoval County Juvenile
The Sandoval County Juvenile Justice Board (SCJJB) is made up of community citizens from many walks of life focused on reaching at-risk kids throughout the county before their actions lead to arrest, detention or harm to themselves or others and those that enter the juvenile justice system upon arrest. The SCJJB has developed a number of programs aimed at preventing gang affiliation, suicide, homicide, teen pregnancy, substance abuse, violence, dropping out of school or low self esteem.
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The Sandoval County Juvenile Justice Board’s Client Development Subcommittee is tasked with removing barriers to education for youth involved with juvenile justice system as well as at-risk youth identified by school social workers and counselors.
We provide fund raising assistance to the Client Development Service Subcommittee which helps teens who may be at risk to stay on track to complete their education, stay in school and become productive citizens. Our 501(c)(3) foundation accepts tax deductible contributions that are used to break down barriers that may prevent kids from learning.
To make a donation to the Rio Rancho Kiwanis Foundation for Stay In School and Graduate click on the PayPal symbol or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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