Did you know that Greenville, SC is home to one of the best schools for special needs in the state? Founded by John C. Vaughn after his daughter, Becky, was badly injured in a house fire, Hidden Treasure Christian School has offered quality education for children with special needs since 1981.
Hidden Treasure Christian School’s annual Walk Fest fundraiser will take place this Saturday, March 9, from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The school has drawn families from 16 different states who have relocated to Greenville in order to take advantage of the excellent education, committed teachers, small class sizes, and secure environment offered by Hidden Treasure.
Here are the vital stats you need to know:
What: Walk Fest is a fundraiser designed to offset the cost of tuition for students with special needs. It centers on a sponsored student walk and includes a festival that is open to the community. The festival will include carnival games, a bounce house, face painting, balloon animals, a photo booth, a dunk tank, and a hayride.
Where: Hidden Treasure Christian School, 500 West Lee Road, Taylors, SC.
Cost: Game tickets: 5 for $1; lunch can be purchased for around $5.
Date: Saturday, March 9
Time: Student Walk: 10:30 – 11 a.m.; Festival: 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Festival Activities: Carnival games, activities, BBQ or hot dog lunch
Art and Baked Goods Auction: 12:00 noon
If you’d like to sponsor a student for the walk, please contact Beth Balderson at (864) 235-6848.
Come support the students and families of Hidden Treasure and find out more about this educational gem!