My Very Busy Weekend

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Boy, was this weekend jammed packed with activities. Friday evening was a little slow after we got home from Shy’s baton practice. But, that was just the lull before the storm.

Saturday morning, Shy had to be at the football field by 10:45 dressed in her baton uniform. The girls who are performing at Disney in November twirled between two of the middle school football games. We stayed to watch the whole game since many of these boys were Dylan’s classmates and the team is undefeated so far.     

** On a side note here, Saturday was the first time this year that I came home with a sunburn. The weather here has been in the high 80’s and 90’s. **

After this game we went home for about an hour before we headed out again. This time the three of us went to the local university to help set up for a Bingo fundraiser.

This is to help finance the girls who are performing at Disney. I was there from 3:00 to 5:30 helping set up tables and chairs in preparation for approximately 300 people.

 

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Sunday, our day was spent helping with the Bingo games. We also had a silent auction, concessions, Split-the-pot, and grab bags for our participants. The kids and I arrived at 11:30, helped with final setups, and I manned the Split-the-pot and grab bags. The kids and I also managed to play some games.

After the games were completed and people left, we help stack the chairs and tables. We threw away trash and cleaned up as much as we could. Many larger items had to be loaded in trucks to be returned to business that had loaned us there items.

Overall, I would say our Bingo was a large success. We raised close to $6,000. Now on to the next fundraiser.

To read about our Twirlers click on this link: http://www.mydailytribune.com/news/18840/twirling-angels-headed-to-disney

To say the least, by the time we arrived home at 6:00. We had pizza for supper.

What was your week like?

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Author: perilin

Hello, My name is Linda; I am a wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. I am a retired Intervention Specialist or in layman's terms, a special education teacher. I spent 25+ years teaching and I couldn't have asked for a better more rewarding career. My husband and I have four children, 3 girls and 1 boy. They have blessed us with 12 beautiful grandchildren. We also have 1 great-grandsons and 3 great-granddaughters. As you can tell, we love large families. I enjoy sewing, crafting, reading and photography. You can see my work on my facebook page, Perilin Creations. Just recently I have started a Twitter and Instagram account. They are not fully being utilized yet but I hope to remedy that in the near future. As this blog progresses, I plan on infusing it with inspiration and spiritual encouragement. I plan on giving reviews on the books that I read and maybe you can join me with the books that interest you. I hope you enjoy my blog and I look forward to hearing from you.

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