🎪🍕 2nd Smile Day Press Release 🎈📢
TEXT FROM ATTACHED PRESS RELEASE:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
In partnership with Christopher James Bohinski and his smile mission NYC Smile 4 Me, the 2nd Annual Smile Day will be held at the Wyoming Valley Catholic Youth Center (CYC, 36 Washington Street, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 18701) on the 20th of October 2018 from the hours of 10am to 2pm.
Smile Day is an all-inclusive event that encourages Wyoming Valley residents & non-residents of all ages to attend. Just as it is FREE to share your smile with anyone, Smile Day is absolutely FREE for everyone!
2nd Annual Smile Day slated to include:
Carnival Games with prizes
Arts & Crafts
Hot Dogs & Pizza
And much more!
Smile Dayis a non-profitable, annual occurrence whose commitment to ALL THINGS BEING FREE relies on the generosity of others in the form of donated goods, time, services, and monetary funds. For more information on how you can help with the success of the 2nd Annual Smile Day, contact Chris Bohinski by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone (570.592.8134).
Christopher James Bohinski is an award-winning entertainment journalist who has interviewed over 600 individuals including Morgan Freeman, Bette Midler, Steve Martin, and Helen Mirren for his smile mission, NYC Smile 4 Me. In addition to his #SmileStory interviews, Bohinski’s accomplishments include appearances on NBC’s The Today Show, featured articles in The New York Post, speaking roles on National Geographic television shows, and solo singing performances at presidential election rallies & Major League Baseball Games.
The Wyoming Valley Catholic Youth Center has provided a solid foundation for the youth of our area for over seventy years. The CYC has developed the personalities, skills and future goals of thousands of young men and women. The CYC opened its doors in 1948 and served as a major recreation agency for Wilkes-Barre and surrounding communities. The original building structure consisted of multi-purpose rooms for programming and special events. Bowling lanes were located on the lower level of the building. In 1959, the structure was expanded to include a gymnasium and swimming pool. Additional land was purchased in the late 1970's which allowed for the construction of outdoor basketball and tennis courts along with a playground area. Through a Capital Expansion/Improvement program, the CYC added a state-of-the-art Aquatic Center, converted the existing swimming pool into an additional gymnasium, remodeled its main gymnasium, and purchased land to create a beautiful park at the rear of the facility. The CYC complex rest on 2-1/2 acres of land in downtown Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.