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Annual Fundraising Event to Benefit East County Youth


August 22, 2011 (San Diego’s East County) – Stoney’s Kids is celebrating the 20th anniversary of a “Birthday Celebration and Fundraiser Like No Other.” You’re invited to join in supporting East County youth programs onr August 25 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. on the lawn under the stars at Sycuan Resort.


Founder Stoney Stone created Stoney’s Kids as a “culture of generosity, where it’s all about thekids!” This all-volunteer, non-profit organization has raised over $650,000 since 1991 to fund programs that develop skills, self-esteem and confidence for East County kids. Programs include an after school youth sports program, scholarships for 6th grade camp and recreation dance, gymnastics, arts and swim classes, toy drives, juvenile diversion, health and wellness, music and imagination destination programs.


Over 98% of donated funds go directly to East County youth programs which help build important life skills and allow kids the opportunity to accomplish their dreams.


A $25 entry fee for the party and fundraiser includes dinner, raffle prizes and an auction. Cash, checks or credit cards are all accepted.  Prizes include:

• 10 Day Stay in Oahu, Hawaii – Beachfront Home – 2Bdrm/2Bath
• Solidbody Electric Guitar by Taylor Guitars signed by Toby Keith
• Emerald and Diamond Ring
• Overnight Stay at Crowne Plaza Resort Hanalei in San Diego
• 4 Home Game Tickets of Current Division Leaders the Anaheim Angels
• S.D. Chargers Tickets and Football autographed by Michael Tolbert


To donate, visit:; or
Stoney’s Kids
C/O California Bank & Trust
5500 Grossmont Center Dr, Suite 408
La Mesa, CA 91942


For more information go to or call (619) 204-8245


For directions to Sycuan Casino in the Dehesa area of El Cajon, visit

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