Hebrew National’s final 2010 Better-Than-A-Picnic picnic will be held at Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park on July 24 from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.. I will be co-hosting the event with Mishelle, Stacey, and Renee.

Not only will there be all the hot dogs, fruit, and drinks that you can hold, but there will also be music, giant puzzles, a mechanical bull and other fun stuff for kids and families, as well as a service project activity.

We will be collecting donations for the following organizations:

  • 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. http://www.acfb.org/projects/kids_in_need/
  • 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! http://www.atlantachildrensshelter.com/

You and your family are invited!

{Disclosure: I was engaged to participate in this event by TheMotherhood and Hebrew National and received a stipend.}

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