WRENTHAM — Superintendent Paul Zinni and King Philip DECA Vice President of Marketing Riley Abrams are pleased to announce that a successful Healthy KP Halloween-themed bingo event was held recently.
The event was held virtually on Friday, Oct. 30, led by King Philip DECA student Olivia Kulesza. As part of her DECA project, Kulesza has been finding ways to bring more attention to Healthy KP within the community.
“Bingo is a widely popular game that all ages can enjoy, from students to parents. It was the perfect activity to introduce Healthy KP to the public,” Kulesza said. “It was amazing to see some new faces and connect with the community. Healthy KP gave out a number of prizes for their bingo winners as a way to give back and support the tri-town area.”
Healthy KP is a community coalition that has been working for over two years to help keep KP youth substance free.
Prizes for the bingo event included gift cards to Starbucks, Target, Elizabeth’s Bagels, Dunkin’ Donuts and The Gavel Public House.
Healthy KP is looking forward to future events and furthering their connection with the community. New virtual events for the community will be announced soon.
Healthy KP is hosting the Safe Coalition for a panel discussion about youth substance use. It will be an evening for parents/guardians as they navigate supportive conversations at home during the pandemic and beyond.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. To register via Zoom, click here.