VALPARAISO – Opportunity Enterprises is still seeking volunteers for its annual Pack-A-Thon event, the largest single-day volunteer effort in Northwest Indiana.
Nearly 700 volunteers work Saturday to pack 43,000 goodie bags for the Bank of America Chicago Marathon during Opportunity Enterprises' annual Pack-a-thon. The organization hopes to net $19,000 from this year’s event.
Volunteers pack 43,000 runner bags Saturday for the Bank of America Chicago Marathon during Opportunity Enterprise's annual Pack-a-thon. The marathon is set for October.
Volunteers on Saturday pack 43,000 runner bags for the Bank of America Chicago Marathon during Opportunity Enterprises' annual Pack-a-thon.
VALPARAISO | Opportunity Enterprises needs volunteers for its annual Pack-a-thon, which will take place on Saturday, September 14 at OE’s main facility at 2801 Evans Avenue in Valparaiso, from 8:00 am – 2:00 pm, or until packing is complete.
Opportunity Enterprises Event Specialist Alyse Kominakis was one of the coordinator's for Saturday's packathon. More than 800 volunteers participated in the stuffing of more than 45,000 runner's bags for the Bank of America Marathon in Chicago.
Pam Saylor, the Supported Living Consumer Relations Manager, helped volunteers pack items for runners during Valparaiso's Opportunity Enterprises annual Pack-a-thon.
VALPARAISO| Opportunity Enterprises is seeking additional volunteers for its annual Pack-a-thon set for Sept. 25 at OE's main facility at 2801 Evans Avenue in Valparaiso
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