Notre Dame Academy’s Annual Bonjour! Event

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In the spirit of families, faculty and fun, Notre Dame Academy hosted its annual Family Fun Day, affectionately known as Bonjour! Bouncy houses, a talent show stage, carnival games and a game truck took over “Dolphin Field” as students, families and staff gathered for an afternoon of good old-fashioned fun.

Notre Dame Academy experienced a wonderful turnout of attendees and proceeds from ticket sales benefited both the school and the Moyer Foundation’s Camp Erin, the largest network of free bereavement camps in the country for children and teens who are grieving a significant loss. Bonjour! was great day for families to gather and enjoy each other with the NDA spirit in mind. The event would not be possible without the wonderful support of its volunteers and underwriters. For more information, visit www.ndasd.org.

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