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The Summer Swing 2019

Dance the night away with Best Buddies North Carolina, The Down Syndrome Association of Greater Charlotte and The Exceptional Foundation of Charlotte on June 27! Come enjoy an evening of fantastic music, refreshments & fun! We are so excited to bring our organizations together for the Summer Swing!

Date:        Thursday, June 27, 2019
Time:        6:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Location:  The Exceptional Foundation of Charlotte- 501 N Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28202

Parents and faculty are invited to stay and hang out in our V.I.P. (Very Important Parent) lounge.

*Please note: The Summer Swing is for those in 6th grade and older. If your child has a medical, personal care, or behavioral need that requires intermittent or consistent care we ask that you attend this with them or designate a chaperone that knows and understands the individual needs of your child. We want everyone who attends this event to have a safe and fun experience.

Date: 06/27/2019 (Thu.)

Time: 6:30pm - 8:30pm EDT

Location: The Exceptional Foundation of Charlotte- 501 N Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28202

Created by:   Izzi Tritz
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Soo Nam (2)
Jordan Todd (3)
Hunter Todd 704-681-4558
Jean Claude Suarez
Irlanda Ruiz 914-351-8712
James Gadsden (2)
Sharon Sandifer
Alex Castro
Patricia Duncan (2)
Patricia Duncan
Brian Sanniota
Julie and Scott Sanniota 704-231-2908/704-904-9278
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Ursula Smith 704.421.6160
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Amy Brown 803-493-5424
John Frame
Will Thomas
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Kevin Adams
Janet Adams 7045345437
Nasir Benson
James Lennard (3)
James Lennard / 704-425-6822
Shizuka Pratt
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Victoria Atkinson
Adriana Galindo 980-339-1896
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