HKQ Kids will host a free drive in movie at the Garden Drive In on Friday, June 26th, 2020. Due to pandemic restrictions, HKQ Kids will not be able to hold its annual Bike Helmet Giveaway this year, but wanted to host a fun, safe family event for kids and their families in our community.

“Over the past twelve years, our annual helmet giveaway has turned into a wonderful community event," said HKQ Law Attorney Joseph A. Quinn, Jr. “This year, in the interest of keeping everyone safe, we will be hosting a night at the Drive In where families can enjoy time together. It was important to us to hold a safe family event in lieu of our annual Bike Helmet Giveaway. Especially now, when most normal routines are disrupted, spending quality time with your family is very important. Our entire firm looks forward to the day when we can distribute Bike Helmets again, and you have our promise that once it is safe to do so, we will be distributing helmets to continue to help keep kids in Northeastern Pennsylvania safe."

The Drive In movie event will be held on Friday, June 26th at the Garden Drive In, Hunlock Creek. Shrek and Madagascar will show on Screen 1, and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Back to the Future on Screen 2. Gates open at 7:30, and movies begin at 8:30pm. Reservations must be made online at GardenDriveIn.com beginning June 22nd. Maximum number of vehicle occupants must not exceed the number of seat belts in the vehicle. Refreshments will be available and mask and social distancing protocols must be followed at the concession stand. RESERVE YOUR TICKETS NOW - One (1) Ticket Per Person In The Car


The HKQ Kids® Fund is administered by the Luzerne Foundation. Our mission is to promote child safety and public awareness of child hazards through our annual bicycle helmet giveaway, free safety training seminars for child caretakers like babysitters and coaches, and educational outreach programs.

"HKQ Kids® honors the many families we've represented whose children were injured or killed as a result of totally preventable hazards," said Quinn, senior personal injury attorney at HKQ. "It is our fervent hope that HKQ Kids® will help prevent those kinds of tragedies in the future."


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Activities such as our upcoming Free Drive-In Movie at the Garden Drive In, Hunlock Creek, on Friday, June 26 contributes to parent-child bonding. We will be showing Shrek and Madagascar on Screen 1, and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Back to the Future on Screen 2. Gates open at 7:30, movie begins at 8:30pm.

Reservations must be made online at GardenDriveIn.com.Due to pandemic restrictions, we will not be able to hold the Bike Helmet Giveaway this year, but wanted to host a fun, safe family event for kids and their families in our community.


ABOUT HKQ KIDS

HKQ Kids® was established following the settlement of a major medical malpractice case in September 2005 involving 4-year-old Torajee Bobbett, who died in 2001 due to negligent care at Mercy Hospital in Wilkes-Barre. HKQ partnered with The Luzerne Foundation, a well-known local philanthropic organization, to provide financial oversight for HKQ Kids®. READ MORE

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If you’d like to get in touch with HKQ Kids®, please contact:
Sue Greenfield or Michelle Quinn at (570) 287-3000