YOU CAN HELP! Taco bar/baked-potato dinner to support New Start Key Club

Mark your calendar for January 25th! Here’s how:

An exciting opportunity to support local students:

The New Start Alternative High School Key Club in the Highline School District will again, in conjunction with the Kiwanis Club of White Center, hold its fundraiser; a Taco Bar and Baked Potato Dinner complete with loaded baked potatoes, tacos, chili, salad, beverage and dessert. Entertainment will be a student talent show and musical entertainment. (Staging and sound by TommySound)

The event this year will be Thursday evening, January 25, 2018, running from 6:30 to 8:00 PM at New Start High School in the gym (614 SW 120th in Burien)

TICKETS for the event may be obtained in advance and/or at the door. For the General Public ADULTS are $15 or two for $25 or Family for $25. Kids under 17 at $7 and kids under 5 are free. For New Start students and their families tickets are available at discounted prices.

For addition information and/or ticket purchase please contact any member of the White Center Kiwanis and/or Bill Tracy. The latter may be reached at this email address,, or 206-248-2441. We look forward to seeing you there.

The New Start Key Club is part of an international student led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership. The Club is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of White Center.

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3 Responses to “YOU CAN HELP! Taco bar/baked-potato dinner to support New Start Key Club”

  1. Always a good time and good food for a great cause!

  2. Food is always great as is the atmosphere. Definitely, looking forward to the new to the menu-TACOS-this year! Not to put too much pressure on the cooks but they have a lot of competition here in White Center/North Highline.

  3. I just saw this on the blog and it is past the date. Too bad, I am a person who supports alternative schools-which we need more of!!