Special Father’s Day Event to Support Pediatrics Cancer

By: Forest Hills Rhythmic Gymnastics

You are cordially invited to stand with us in a fight for Pediatrics Cancer and we hope you’ll consider joining the cause and to be a part of our event in Forest Hills on Sunday June 16th in celebration of Fathers Day.

As a youth fitness organization we find an importance to support children that are not as fortunate as our students. We have decided to make an event supporting Pediatrics Center of Sloan Memorial Hospital & children that are in special need.

Join for a musical day full or flying ribbons , hula hoops , balls & clubs celebrating Fathers Day !

Many of the most important breakthroughs in cancer research and treatment have been brought to light at Memorial Sloan Kettering, and none of that progress would have been possible without support from people like you and me.

In fact, much of the most promising new research can’t even begin without donations from individuals: in most cases, government funds become possible only after our support funds the early work that demonstrates real potential.

Too many of us know people who have faced a cancer diagnosis, and sometimes it’s hard to know how we can make a difference. One of the most effective ways to help is to make sure the crucial work being done at Memorial Sloan Kettering continues to have the support that will drive it forward. We created this page because we are determined to do our part.

When the next new breakthrough is announced, I want YOU to know that YOU have been a part of making it happen, and it would mean that much more to me if you would join me in the effort so that I can say that we helped make it happen.

More information here

Sunday June 16 2019
106-06 Queens Boulevard
Forest Hills NY 11375
718 813 1700

Morning show begins : 11:15 am
Afternoon show begins : 3:15 pm





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