The Tree House Episcopal Montessori School is proud to announce it raised over $14,000 in its third annual Capes and Crowns Fun Run and 5K. The event featured more than 300 costumed runners, walkers and pets with all proceeds benefitting the growth and expansion of the school’s educational efforts.
“We are so humbled by the incredible turnout (this year),” says founding director Maureen Paine. “This event’s continued success gives us the opportunity to broaden our program offerings and help more children cultivate a love of learning within our beloved Montessori environment.”
The Capes and Crowns Fun Run and 5K is grateful for the incredible support of its sponsors, who generously contributed time, talent and financial donations to create a one-of-a-kind event that was as fun as it was philanthropic.
Tree House Episcopal Montessori School wants to thank Christ the King Episcopal Church, Abrakadoodle Art Education, Aimee Shaffer, Another Broken Egg Café, Chris Sause of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Pen Fed Realty, C.W. Roberts Contracting, Daniel W. Uhlfelder P.A. Attorney at Law, Destin Plastic Surgery, Duckie’s Shop of Fun, Emerald Coast Title Services, Enchanted Parties Your Way, Foundations Medical Center, Grayton Beer Company, Hartell’s Village Diner, Jacqueline Ward Images, John Lee Nissan Mazda, Kellbee, Land, Air and Sea Productions, Menchie’s, Music in Pictures, Ophelia Swimwear, Panhandle Performance Athletic Training.
Also, the Phillip, Annie and Parker Stutts Foundation, Pier Park, Pizza by the Sea, Proffitt PR, Regatta Chiropractic and Laser, Rent30A.com, ResortQuest, Rob Weil of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Beach Properties of Florida, RUN/SUP, Salt Air 30A, Smallcakes Cupcakery and Creamery, Smileology, SoWal Pilates, Specialty Roofers, Tam Tam Stitches, the Village of Baytowne Wharf, Walton Funding, Willow, Whole Life Fitness, and 30A Kids Club Magazine.
Learn more at thetreehousectk.org.