My daughter is the one in the center. I am so proud of her and her friends - they were HUGE helpers. They greeted each individual who attended the event and invited them to fill in a form that entered them to win the basket of goodies on the left - a small thank you for their participation in making this event a success. They also sold raffle tickets for the two baskets on the right and earned $120 for the Susan G. Komen Foundation. When they weren't busy doing that they folded cardstock and did what most girls that age do - laughed, giggled and kept us ladies giggling too! We had such a wonderful time and Maddi was sad when it was all over and definitely wants to do it again next year.
Date: Monday, November 1, 2004 GMT Views: 1475
Registered: February 22, 2004 Location: Inman, SC Posts: 3406
Mon, Nov 01, 2004 @ 4:56 PM
Sounds like fun! Great job! :)
41 pounds lost
4 more pounds to hit my 45 pound goal!
107 days on SB.
Registered: January 13, 2004 Location: Issaquah, WA Posts: 2138
Mon, Nov 01, 2004 @ 5:09 PM
I am so proud of these girls! The $120 was only the raffle money - there were other donations on top of that - checks written directly to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. I am going to work on putting together a "prototype" of sorts that hopefully others can use if they are interested in doing something like this. It is a LOT of work, but the lives it will touch makes it all worth while.