First of all, a group of aspiring marketing students at King William High School are using our organization for their DECA project. For one part of their project, they have created new CJSTUF plastic bracelets to sell at their school. They have given us a limited quantity of the bracelets to distribute to anyone interested in the Richmond area. Suggested donation is $1 per bracelet and all proceeds will benefit CJSTUF.
|The bracelets are pink and purple and feature our name.|
Next on the agenda, there are only 2 more days until voting officially ends for the Eagle Rare Life Award. After all the votes are tallied, there will be an official selection process by the good folks at Eagle Rare to pick the top 20 and, eventually, the top 7 prize winners. We are hopeful that Rachel's strong third place status in the popular vote will yield great results for the foundation. There's still time to submit your vote. Thanks to all those who have been voting on our behalf. We expect to hear news of final results sometime in February.
Speaking of voting, Macaroni Kid of Richmond has generously offered to give $1 for every "Like" that their fan page gets on Facebook during the month of January (up to $200). If you live in the Richmond area and are looking for great family activities or deals, Macaroni Kid is a great resource. Please visit their Facebook page and thank them for supporting CJSTUF.
Finally, you may have heard through the grapevine that the Thumbs Up Ball is back! For those of you who remember the event from 2010, we are excited that this year's family dance and silent auction is going to be just as much fun! We will be in a new location this year (the Shady Grove Methodist Church in Short Pump) and the date is Saturday, February 18th, 4:30-7:00 PM. Tickets are $10 per person and space is limited. We expect this event to sell out and registration is open now on our website.
We are also currently seeking donations of items for our Silent Auction and raffle during the Thumbs Up Ball. If you would like to be featured as an event sponsor, contact our event coordinator for details.
That's all for now! Whew! What happened to that leisurely holiday vacation????
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