Tarantulas team up with Capper Foundation
[Topeka, KS.] - The Topeka Tarantulas of the Central Hockey League (CHL) announced today that they have teamed up with the Capper Foundation to help give back to the community.
To help raise money for the Capper Foundation, the Tarantulas will title the Friday, March 4th game against the Austin Ice Bats as Capper Foundation Night.
Ticket prices are $11 for lower level and $8 for upper level, with part of the proceeds being donated to the Capper Foundation. The deadline to purchase tickets is Thursday, March 3rd at Noon. Tickets for the Capper Foundation Night can be purchased through the Tarantulas office and at the Capper Foundation, located at 3500 SW 10th Street in Topeka.
The Capper Foundation enhances the independence of people with physical disabilities, primarily children. Capper enhances independence by providing the following services: physical, occupational and speech-language therapy; therapeutic recreation services, early intervention services, assistive technology and professional and family training.
Founded by Senator Arthur Capper in 1920, The Capper Foundations budget is supported by voluntary charitable contributions.
The Friday, March 4th game versus the Austin Ice Bats will also be 80s night featuring a dance-off and other 80s themes.
For more information on the Capper Foundation Night call the Tarantulas office at (785)235-9466.
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