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Weekly Winners {The Hebrew National Better-than-a-Picnic-Picnic Edition}

Last weekend was The The Hebrew National Better-than-a-Picnic-Picnic in Atlanta.   It was the final picnic on the nationwide tour of picnics that went from May to July, involving 47 fellow bloggers.   I was thrilled to be a part of it. The day was hot and steamy, but that didn’t stop us; they don’t call it “Hotlanta” for nothing!

Centennial Olympic Park was bustling with families and activities.   Many friendly faces came out to see us and enjoy the afternoon.

We collected diapers, wipes, and toys for The Atlanta Children’s Shelter, and school supplies for other local charities.

Thank you to all who came out.   Here’s a visual re-cap of the day:

The following mosaic of pictures are going to be part of an in-kind project of smiling faces that we’ll be presenting to the Atlanta’s Children’s Shelter:

Thank you Hebrew National and The Motherhood for helping us host such a great event!

Atlanta’s Hebrew National Better-than-a-Picnic-Picnic

I’ve been talking about this on Twitter and Facebook for a while, and the time has finally come for Hebrew National’s Better-Than-a-Picnic-Picnic in Atlanta.

I’m honored to be one of the four hosts for our city; the last city of the whole tour.   That’s a pretty big deal!

If you are in the metro Atlanta area, it is my hope that you come and join us!

WHEN: July 24th, 11:30 am – 3:30 pm

WHERE: Centennial Park

WHO: You can bring kids, family, friends — many other local bloggers and their kids will be there, too!

WHAT: Fun, Hebrew National Hotdogs, friends, a service project (details below)

There will be so much to do and enjoy; music, giant puzzles, a mechanical bull, and other activities for kids and families, alike!

Our service projects are pretty fantastic, yo!

DONATIONS:

Atlanta Community Food Bank-Kids in Need: Sometimes it’s the simplest of tools that are the hardest to obtain, like school supplies. Kids in Need is a program through the ACFB that works with eligible teachers and schools to help provide students with those much needed supplies.

The Atlanta Children’s Shelter: It’s easy to make a child happy—a stuffed animal, a matchbox car, a set of paints or playdough; they can all easily do the trick. Unfortunately not every child has the means to attain simple pleasures. Donations of this kind can make a difference in a child’s life. We have the power to make that happen, one gift at a time!

IN-KIND PROJECT:

Photographs can spread a message. We will be taking pictures of kids who attend the Hebrew Nations Better-than-a-Picnic Picnic and creating a mosaic of the beauty and innocence that is childhood, and we’ll present this framed mosaic to the Atlanta Children’s Shelter to hang on their walls!

I can’t wait for Saturday.  I hope to see you there!!



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