Kumon Grand Opening Celebration

Jan. 13, 2011

GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION

Saturday, January 15, 2011

10 AM until 2 PM

 

Please consider joining us to celebrate the opening of our Kumon center. We would like this to be a chance for our current students, their families, and others who have called or emailed expressing an interest in Kumon to have some good food and some fun. We encourage you to let people know whom you have heard express an interest in starting new at our center or, perhaps, transferring from a center because our location is more convenient.

 

Activities:

Math Facts Olympics

Letter Board Races

Digital Piano - Use synthesized sounds to create music – Can you burp Happy Birthday?

 

Parent Grand Prize Drawings:

Current Families - 1 each “13th Month Free” tuition credit* for one of your currently enrolled children or soon to be enrolled siblings.

New Families - 1 each “13th Month Free” tuition credit* for one child in your immediate family.

 

Kid Grand Prize Drawings:

1 each $100 Kumon Dollars

1 each $50 Kumon Dollars

 

Hourly Drawings for:

Kumon Frisbees

Kumon Stop Watches

 

Balloons for everyone!!

 

*(Note: You need not be present to win the Grand Prizes but you must have been in attendance. Tuition credits are to be applied to the thirteenth month of continuous enrollment for the same student at the Wauwatosa Center. Prize must be claimed by March 15, 2011 or it is forfeited. It is not transferrable. It has no cash value.)

 

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