Cardiff School District to hold annual Ice Cream Social May 5

The community is invited to participate in the 36th annual Ice Cream Social fundraiser for the Cardiff School District from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 5, at Cardiff Elementary School, 1888 Montgomery Ave.

The event will include: games, prizes, an activity zone, entertainment, a petting zoo, a silent auction, food, a cake-walk, and of course, ice cream. There will also be an Opportunity Drawing featuring an iPad as the grand prize.  This year’s theme is “Fiesta in the Fast Lane” and custom-designed t-shirts will be available.

Proceeds benefit the Cardiff Schools Education Association (SEA), a volunteer, non-profit organization that funds high-quality school programs including Technology, Science, Physical Education, Art, Music, and Class Size Reduction.

More information is available at www.cardiffsea.org.

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