Princess raises funds for Victory Junction

May 9, 2014 

Aversboro Restaurant and Teen Miss Princess of N.C. Ava Mumford-Taylor will host a fundraiser for Victory Junction from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Tuesday, May 27, at Aversboro Restaurant, 1411, Aversboro Road, Garner. .

Victory Junction is not government funded, meaning it runs completely off donations. While at Victory Junction, campers have the opportunity to take part in countless activities suited to their specific needs all while under the care of medical professionals. It costs each child approximately $2,500 to spend a week at Victory Junction, and it is Mumford’s goal to send at least one child to camp this summer.

The Princess of N.C. Scholarship Pageant provides an avenue for young women to share their talent, speaking skills and community service while having the chance to earn scholarships up to $10,000. During their year of service, the Princess of N.C. queens raise awareness and funds for Victory Junction, a camp for children with chronic illnesses and disabilities.

For a ticket, visit the Victory Junction Fundraiser at Aversboro Restaurant’s Facebook page and print out the ticket posted on the wall there, or find the ticket directly at tinyurl.com/o8eu92b.

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