I decided to try something different to announce part of the service project for March. I clearly don't have much experience recording videos, but what's most important is the message. After watching this video, do me a favor and share with at least four people you know. March is all about the number 4.
Friday, February 28, 2014
Friday, February 21, 2014
Thank you again to everyone that came to ImaginOn on Sunday, February 9 to make cards. Also big thank you and shout out to Ms. Hicks' 2nd grade class at Berewick Elementary, Ms. Mulcahy's 2nd grade class at Oaklawn Language Academy and Ms. Davidson and the entire 1st grade at Billingsville Road Elementary for the cards they made and contributed. As a result, 207 handmade Valentine cards were given to the residents of Huntersville Oaks and Mecklenburg Health & Rehabilitation Center.
Monday, February 3, 2014
Yes it has been some time since the last post but we were busy with The Pillow Project and I will do an update on the number of pillows and pillow cases donated, our visit to My Sister's House in Charlotte and The Healing Place in Raleigh, as well as the newspaper article about The Pillow Project that was written in the Raleigh paper.
But this post is about part of February's service project. February has two components and one is making Valentine's cards for nursing home residents. This Sunday, February 9 there will be 2 one hour card making sessions in uptown Charlotte (1:30 pm - 2:30 pm and 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm). Space is limited so you must RSVP in order to attend/participate. If you would like to bring your little one to make cards, send an email to 13Days4Love@gmail.com with the subject line Valentine Card RSVP. In the email you must include the name(s) of your children and specify which time slot. An email with the location will be sent as confirmation. You must stay with your child, you will not be able to drop them off and leave.