United Way holds the first ever Pre-Game Party for vulnerable children and adultsFargo, ND (WDAY TV) - Hundreds of special guests enjoyed a special treat at the NDSU Bison football game.
By: WDAY Staff Reports, WDAY
The United Way held its first ever Pre-Game party for vulnerable children and adults.
150-people watched the game, had fun, and ate. All have been helped by the United Way of Cass Clay. 7-other agencies took part, such as the Girl Scouts and West Fargo Youth Services.
STEVE PASCHEChild Has Down Syndrome: “Its a lot of fun. It’s exciting to connect families in the community that have various connections. I have a young son with Down syndrome. So it’s just fun to get out and get connected with people in the community that have similar situations.
All the families took part in the halftime show.