Race for the Children Event


Aug 24, 2013


One out of seven students is challenged with a learning disability. The nonprofit agency, A Chance To Grow, offers a variety of programs and services that help children and adults. From those with developmental and learning difficulties to those who experience common learning struggles, A Chance to Grow strives to help many reach their highest potential.

Tickets can be purchased in advance and include a pass to get into the park, lunch, access to a private silent auction, and a chance to win $600. Corporate Company Sponsors are also welcome.  

All proceeds from the event will go towards funding A Chance To Grow's wide variety of individualized, brain-centered interventions. 




View map Canterbury Park
1100 Canterbury Rd.
Shakopee, MN

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