Blair’s “Super Sunday” returns after 2 years
Altoona, Pennsylvania (WTAJ) — “Super Sunday” returns for the first time in two years this Sunday, February 5th.
People can come to the event and buy one of 24 different soups. $8 per quart. Additionally, people can try some baked goods and eat-in options.
All funds raised for the event will be A family united for Changame non-profit organization. This group works to change stigma about substance use disorders.
Marianne Sinisi, coordinator of Families United for Change, said she doesn’t have a fundraising goal for this year, but she’s excited to see more participants. In addition to plenty of food, a basket lottery will also be held.
“I was just in awe of how many people came out,” Sinisi said. “Last year we put this together in just a few weeks. I expect there will probably be more, which is great.”
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Alisa Bainbridge, the current Miss Pennsylvania, also made an appearance. Bainbridge supports the stigma of substance abuse because it affects her family personally.
The event will be held at the Catholic War Vets Club at 290 Valley Ave in Altoona from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM.
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