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Disney Trip Reunion in St. Louis Spans 13 Years
On July 18, “We’re Going to Disney World!” trip participants from the past thirteen years gathered together at St. Louis Family Church for a fun reunion! The group of about 150 people enjoyed a delicious dinner courtesy of Chick-fil-A along with smoothies donated by Smoothie King on a hot summer day. Time was spent playing games, jumping in inflatables, a shower of bubbles from the Bubble Bus, catching up, and sharing memories.
Unforgettable 14th Annual Trip to Disney World
First Things First was honored to host ten families for the 14th annual “We’re Going to Disney World!” trip! Five families from Arizona, three from Missouri, one from Illinois, and one from Louisiana in partnership with Make-A-Wish, Dream Factory and Dreams Come True LA, joined the Warner family for a weeklong trip of rides, shows, food, fireworks, and more as they explored all of the magic at Disney World! For Those Without a Voice once again generously provided a grant to cover the airfare for all of the families and Give Kids the World gave the families an incredible home away from home while in Florida. Click here to view some of the photos from this incredible week!
FTF Hosts Disney Trip Reunion in AZ
On May 16, “We’re Going to Disney World!” trip participants from the past nine years gathered together in Scottsdale for a reunion to catch up and have fun! The group of about 170 people enjoyed a delicious dinner courtesy of long-time partner Carrabba’s Italian Grill along with dessert and demonstrations from Sub Zero Ice Cream & Yogurt. Time was spent swimming, playing sports, taking selfies, catching up, and sharing memories. Check out the photos of this fun gathering on Kurt’s Facebook page by clicking here!
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