TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Indiana State head basketball coach Greg Lansing challenges all fans to join the Sycamore basketball program in helping the United Way of the Wabash Valley set a new world record for longest high-five chain on Tuesday, September 2. The event will be held inside Hulman Center with doors opening at 3:30 p.m. (ET).
Registration for the free event is now available at http://high5forkids.eventbrite.com.
Participants must be age 10 or older to participate in the world record breaking attempt. Great prizes will be given out during the event and the organization with the most participants is guaranteed to win big. Those interested must be able to stand in line for over an hour in order to break the world record.
Event t-shirts will be sold for $5. For advance purchase and delivery please contact the United Way office at 812-235-6287.
Everyone is encouraged to donate $5 to the United Way during the event which can be used to do things like provide two meals for kids at the Boys & Girls Club, provide healthy snacks for 10 youth in the Boy Scouts Afterschool program or provide enough food for 20 meals through the Terre Haute Catholic Charities Foodbank.
For more information, contact the United Way at 812-235-6287 or visit their website at UWWV.org. You can also like their Facebook page "United Way of the Wabash Valley" for further updates.
Please consider joining the Sycamores in helping to break a world record and also raising important funds for the United Way of the Wabash Valley.