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Oct. 10 - Ennis Eagle Walk

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GOOD MORNING DELMARVA - The Howard T. Ennis School in Georgetown will host its annual "Ennis Eagle Walk" on Saturday, October 26. The 2.5-mile walk will start in the backyard of the Ennis School, wrap around Delaware Technical & Community College and end back at the school.  

The Howard T. Ennis School educates children ages 2 to 21 with severe cognitive disabilities. Through this fundraiser, the school hopes to raise money to purchase much needed equipment for its students.

Walkers are encouraged to pick up a registration form immediately so that they can acquire sponsors. Forms can be obtained at the school or by asking an Ennis staff member. The registration fee is $10, which includes an event T-shirt. Registration starts promptly at 9:00 a.m., with the walk beginning at 10:00 a.m.

The event will feature a moon bounce and face painting for children as well as a silent auction. The school will also hold a raffle for a 42-inch Smart TV and a Sony Blu Ray player. There will be a jeep show by the Eastern Shore Jeep Alliance and a performance by local band and gracious Ennis supporters Delaware Town Famous. Ennis would like to thank the many Sussex County businesses who have donated items to the silent auction.

 If you have any questions, please contact Kristin Wilkins during school hours at (302) 856-1930.

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