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For Additional Information:

General info and Muirwood Park:           Sean or Joyce at 245-2602, or info@totith.org

Bayshore:                                             Amanda at 907-209-9763, or bayshore@totith.org (you’ll probably have to include the 907)

Eagle River:                                          Kai at 350-7152, or eagleriver@totith.org

Kempton Hills:                                      Sabrina at 727-2103, or kemptonhills@totith.org

West Park:                                            Erica at 248-9513, or westpark@totith.org

 

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TOTITH 2014 Sunday, September 7

Door-to-door trick or treating runs from 6:00-8:00PM.

 

What to Expect at Your Kickoff Party (5:30-6:00 PM)

 

Event

Location

DJ

Food

Attractions

Bayshore

Community Park at the corner of Admiralty Bay and Perenosa Bay Drives

Mike Lajoie (morning personality on KFAT 92.9)

·   Ice Cream at the Powers Family donation station

·   Hot dogs grilled by the Black Sheep

·   Baked goods and drinks by Girl Scout Troops 46 & 766

The Black Sheep will have their motorcycles on display for children to get their pictures taken on

Eagle River

Constitution Circle

“Mr. B” from Alpenglow Elementary

·   Ice Cream at the Powers Family donation station

·   Chef Stop food truck

Carnival games

Firetruck

Kempton Hills

Mission Circle

John “DJ Ondago” Fernandez of M&M Productions

Ice Cream at the Powers Family donation station

 

Kincaid—Muirwood

Tyre Circle

Steve “DJ Lefty” Franklin (also midday personality on KBEAR)

Ice Cream at the Powers Family donation station

Bounce House provided by Tons of Fun Entertainment

Kincaid—Westpark

East end of Yukon Charlie Loop

Matt “DJ Juba” of C&S Mobile Music

·   Cotton candy!!

·   Ice Cream at the Powers Family donation station

Firetruck

 

 

Wristband Purchase Locations

In order to raise funds for the charities, and avoid overwhelming the host neighborhoods, we sell admission wristbands before the event.  Wristbands are required for the children going door-to-door, accompanying adults and non-participating babies do not require wristbands. 

 

EAGLE RIVER IS SOLD OUT

At this point, your best bets for the few remaining wristbands for the other events are:

·         Bayshore wristbands from the Bayshore HOA Clubhouse

·         Kempton Hills wristbands from the Huffman McDonalds

·         Kincaid wristbands from Partycraft and Party World.  

 

 

 

 

Bayshore

Kempton Hills

Kincaid

Partycraft

639 W. Intl. Airport Rd, Anchorage

Cash or credit card

 

Almost Out

Yes

Party World

3810 Arctic Blvd, Anchorage

Cash or credit card

 

Almost Out

Almost Out

Bayshore Clubhouse

3131 Amber Bay Loop, Anchorage

Cash or check made out to designated charity

Yes

 

 

McDonalds

1320 Huffman Road, Anchorage

Cash

 

Yes

 

SoYo Yogurt Shoppe

1330 Huffman Road, Anchorage

Cash or check made out to designated charity

 

Almost Out

 

 

 

The designated charities for the checks are Hospice of Anchorage, Ronald McDonald House, or the Make a Wish Foundation.

 

While the wristband proceeds are evenly split amongst the three charities, this year we are also holding separate fundraisers at the event for the family of Ethan Powers.  Alaskans helping Alaskans is a core theme to Trick or Treat in the Heat, and we hope that you will join us in supporting his family during this very difficult time of their lives.  Many of you may know Ethan Powers’ parents—his mother Candice is a teacher at Kasuun Elementary, and his father Dave runs the Blind Factory LLC and specializes in installing custom window blinds and coverings.  Visit your TOTITH event’s kickoff party to learn more.

 

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Ethan is an 8-year-old boy who was diagnosed with marginal zone lymphoma earlier this year.  While the family normally attends Trick or Treat in the Heat, this year they are in Seattle at the Ronald McDonald House, and preparing for Ethan to receive a bone marrow transplant.  Ethan has a rare genetic defect and now is also battling lymphoma, both of which will hopefully be cured with the new marrow.

 

Feel free to support and follow Ethan’s progress on Facebook, Ethan Powers: supporting a Power’ful cause or their GoFundMe page at http://www.gofundme.com/9qun8w

 

 

 

 

2014 Event Locations and Maps

·         Eagle River

·         Kempton Hills

·         Kincaid (both the Muirwood and Westpark sides)

·         Bayshore

 

 

Event

Wristband Color

Comments and General Directions

Bayshore

Red

New neighborhood for 2014.

 

From Minnesota Drive, take W 100th Ave exit.  Head west on 100th for about a mile, turn left onto Bayshore Drive, then right onto Admiralty Bay Drive.

Eagle River

Light Blue

In Heritage Estates, the same neighborhood as last year. 

 

From the Eagle River WalMart on Eagle River Loop, head east on Eagle River Road for 1 mile, then turn left (north) onto Eagle River Lane and proceed for a quarter mile.

Kempton Hills

Purple

Same south Anchorage location as last year.

 

From the Seward Highway, take Huffman Road east for 0.4 miles.  At the traffic light, turn right (south) and procede on Lake Otis Parkway for 0.4 miles.  Turn left into either Kempton Hills Drive or Legacy Drive.

Kincaid

Orange

Same west Anchorage location as previous years. 

 

From Minnesota Drive, take Raspberry Road west for 2.4 miles, turn left (south) onto Sand Lake Road for 0.5 miles, then right onto Kincaid Road for a quarter mile.  The event includes two neighborhoods, Westpark (to your left, branching off of Westpark Drive) and Muirwood Park (to your right, including and branching off of Katahdin Drive).  Your orange wristband is valid for both neighborhoods.

 

We are always looking for new neighborhoods to host additional events.  Please call us at 245-2602 for more information.

 

What Is TOTITH?

Trick or Treat in the Heat (TOTITH) is a neighborhood-wide early Halloween celebration.  Anyone who has experienced Trick or Treat with late October Alaskan weather knows what a borderline miserable experience it can be for our kids here (and their parents)!   By holding it in early September, the kids get to wear their costumes without cold weather gear.  The event has grown every year, and in 2014 will consist of four separate events, across five neighborhoods

 

Why Is It Held?

It started in 2005 as an impromptu block event to allow a terminally-ill five year old to experience one last Trick or Treat before he died.  However, all participants had so much fun that it is now a highly-anticipated neighborhood-wide party and charity fundraiser.

 

How to Participate

Wristbands are sold for $10 apiece before the event, which serve as the child’s admission ticket (note, adults do not require wristbands unless they are collecting candy too!)  100% of the proceeds from these wristbands are donated to the charities (volunteers absorb any operating costs).  We also accept additional donations on behalf of the charities before and during the event.  In order to avoid overwhelming the host neighborhoods, the number of wristbands is limited, so purchase yours beforehand in order to guarantee a slot for your child.  For the past four years we sold out of wristbands before the event, so PLEASE don’t wait until the last minute to get yours!

 

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TOTITH Merchandise

 

TOTITH T-Shirts

Adult sizes $10, youth sizes $5

Production costs were generously donated by BP. 

 

TOTITH Tote Bags

$10

 

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All proceeds from the T-shirt and tote bag sales go to the charities.

 

 

Charities Supported

100% of your donations, the proceeds from wristband and merchandise sales, and corporate sponsorships are donated equally to the three charities that helped us the most during Ian’s leukemia. 

·         We spent over six consecutive months in the Seattle Ronald McDonald House from late 2003 to mid 2004, and then periodically when back in Seattle for follow-up visits in 2005.  

·         Thanks to The Make a Wish Foundation, Ian got to be a “pilot for a day”, visiting a C-17 squadron at McChord Air Force Base in Tacoma.

·         Finally, after all reasonable medical options in Seattle were exhausted, Hospice of Anchorage helped make it possible for our family to return home, so that Ian could comfortably spend his last months enjoying an Alaskan summer outside of the hospital.

 

News Coverage of Current and Past Events

2013


KTUU story on Eagle River event and Audrey Bennett

2011


Our donated radio ad

Alaska Star article

KFAT “Morning Chaos” Radio Show Interview

KTVA story

2010


KTVA Channel 11 Sunday Evening News Article, with Alexis Fernandez

KTUU story


2008


KTVA Channel 11 Monday Evening News Article, with Todd Walker

KTVA Channel 11 Live Sunday Evening Broadcast, with Todd Walker

2007


KTVA Channel 11 Cancer Connection with Matt Simon, Coverage of TOTITH

2006


KTUU Channel 2 Coverage with Rebecca Palsha-2006

KIMO Channel 13 Coverage with Bianca Slota-2006

2005 (Original Event)


KTUU Channel 2 Coverage with Rebecca Palsha - 2005

KTVA Channel 11 Coverage with Christine Nangle

KIMO Channel 13 Coverage with Bianca Slota-2005

 

 

Revised 9/6/2014 9:00pm