North Carolina Community Potluck

North Carolina Community Potluck

Turner Syndrome Foundation supporter, Audrey Jones, is organizing a potluck event to bring the North Carolina and nearby Turner Syndrome community together. This casual event is for individuals, families, and friends who have or are connected to Turner Syndrome to meet up for some great food and to celebrate the beginning of fall and the school year. All who attend should bring a small dish to share potluck style. Hot dogs, burgers, veggie burgers, and drinks will be provided. BYOB is encouraged but no alcohol is permitted in the park.

Guests are encouraged to bring friends, family, and activities for children–there is also a playground adjacent to the shelter.

 

Media coordinator, Olivia, shares the excitement of this fun community event.

EVENT INFORMATION:

Anderson Point Park Small Picnic Shelter
20 Anderson Point Drive
Raleigh, NC 27610

CLICK TO REGISTER: https://www.jotform.com/tsfusa/nc-TS-community-potluck

The Turner Syndrome Foundation has been invaluable as a supporter of my research and the many girls and women who rely on its vast array of services. I would love to give back to the Foundation for all the help they have given me and the individuals and families whose voices I hope to share through my work.

Event Host:

Questions? Contact mbobadilla@tsfusa.org or call 732-847-3385

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