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Kids Day To Benefit Success By 6

OSWEGO, NY – Harbor Towne Gifts & Souvenirs in Oswego will host a special “Kids’ Day” to benefit the United Way of Greater Oswego County’s Success By 6 program.

Harbor Towne Gifts & Souvenirs in Oswego will host a Kids’ Day on Aug. 21; a portion of the sales will be donated to the Success By 6. From left in the front row are: Avery Braswell, Dominic Brace and Nathaniel Baker. Second row from left: Jack Braswell, Maggie Braswell, Morgan Lawrence, and James Baker. In the back are Ali McGrath and Morgan Mears of Success By 6.
Harbor Towne Gifts & Souvenirs in Oswego will host a Kids’ Day on Aug. 21; a portion of the sales will be donated to the Success By 6. From left in the front row are: Avery Braswell, Dominic Brace and Nathaniel Baker. Second row from left: Jack Braswell, Maggie Braswell, Morgan Lawrence, and James Baker. In the back are Ali McGrath and Morgan Mears of Success By 6.

On Aug. 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. children will have the opportunity to spin the Wheel of WOW for a free gift, guess the number of pennies in the jar, with the one whose guess is closest winning the jar of pennies, and enter to win $2 in Kids Kash for use on a purchase of $10 or more, no purchase necessary.

Children will also receive a free frozen treat as they leave.

A portion of the sales at Harbor Towne Gifts & Souvenirs during “Kids Day” will be donated to the Success By 6 program.

An initiative of the United Way, Success By 6 strives to increase the effectiveness of the community to meet the needs of children up to age six and their families.

By sharing information and exploring new collaborations for service delivery, Success By 6 seeks to mobilize resources to ensure all children are physically, socially, emotionally and behaviorally able to learn when entering school.

Located at 43 W. Bridge St., Harbor Towne Gifts & Souvenirs is a browser’s paradise offering a large selection of collectables, gifts and fun children’s items such as Silly Bandz, Webkinz, Mazin Hamsters, jewelry, candy and much more.

For more information, call 593-1900 or 342-5356.