Pattison’s Academy will host Keeping the PACE (KTP), a Ride-a-Thon on indoor stationary bikes, to raise community support for its charter school and programs. The event will take place at Pattison’s Academy on Saturday, February 29th, from 9 am to noon. This unique event was designed to appeal to a variety of individuals so that anyone can participate, regardless of their physical ability.
Funds raised will be used to enhance the programs of Pattison’s Academy which include a Therapeutic Summer Camp, Charter School, Family Support Services, and Therapy programs for children with multiple severe disabilities.
Interested parties can register to participate, create a team, or make a donation by visiting https://ktp2020.everydayhero.
“Pattison’s Academy has changed our lives for the better,” Laurie Sessa, Board Chair and Parent, said. “Our son Eric has reached milestones that we never thought were possible. We participate in KTP so that we can garner the community support that every child deserves in order to reach their potential. KTP is an event that is good for the body, heart and soul – not only can folks get some exercise, but they can be inspired by watching Eric and friends ride – and teach people what inclusion is all about! This is a community event like none other!”
Pattison’s Academy is an education and rehabilitation academy providing comprehensive, year-round programs to support children with disabilities and their families.
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