Mcphail Chiropractic Hosts Community Appreciation Day

  • Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Saturday, June 1 will mark the first annual Community Appreciation Day hosted by McPhail Chiropractic at 1709 Old Trolley Road in Summerville.  Admission to this event is FREE; but attendees are asked to bring one of the following items to benefit the Dorchester Children's Center - Children In Crisis;  Build-a-Bear, stress balls, bubbles, 8" x 8" scrap books and solid paper, old magazines (TF-CBT pictures/words), journals, the board game Candy Land, art supplies, toiletries (boys/girls - deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, etc.).
This event will feature live music by Chelsea Summers, demonstrations on how to properly install a car seat, FREE hamburgers and hotdogs, lots of fun activities for kids including; a jump castle, cornhole, face painting and a fishing booth.
Make plans today to attend this community event and help the children in Dorchester County. For more information on this event contact Michele at 843-873-2225.


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