Purdue Convos Treats LUM Students to Live Show


LUM Students Attending “Curious George” Live

Thanks to the Purdue Convocations Community Outreach endowment set up by Mary Seyfried, LUM students will be attending Curious George: The Golden Meatball at Purdue THIS Sunday, March 4, at 3 p.m.

As a young child, Mary Seyfried attended a live performance at Purdue thanks to a family friend. Remembering to this day the joy that attending this show brought to her, Mary set up the Community Outreach endowment to provide Convos tickets to children & families who would not likely be able to attend on their own.

LUM appreciates Purdue Convocations and Mary Seyfried for thinking of the LUM students and providing the LUM After School Program with 65 tickets to Curious George. With oversight from the LUM teacher’s aides, the students will write and draw a reflection on this experience and of course a personal thank you note to Purdue Convocations and Mary Seyfried. Join us in thanking Purdue Convocations and Mary Seyfried for spreading the love of live performances to another generation of children and families.

{Pictured above L to R: Amanda Bajzatt, LUM Youth Programs director; Mary Seyfried; and Mary Ann Bobillo, Manager of Development Operations & Donor Stewardship, Purdue Convocations.}

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