Summer Service Opportunities for Kids

• Have a lemonade stand to raise money for the charity of your choice • Have a garage sale to raise money for the charity of your choice • Pack meals for Feed My Starving Children (www.fmsc.org) • Participate in the Miracles of Mitch Triathlon (www.miraclesofmitch.org) • Run a collection drive in your neighborhood (such as towels for the Humane Society, books for a local hospital, non-perishable items for the food shelf or new school supplies for kids in need at a local school) • Clean up your neighborhood or local park with your friends and/or family • Help and elderly neighbor or family...

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Project KiDS Participating in Excelsior Winter Farmers’ Market on Dec. 12

Project KiDS is participating at the Excelsior Winter Farmers’ Market on Thursday, December 12th from 2-6pm at Trinity Episcopal Church (322 2nd Street, Excelsior). They will be selling handmade crayons, dog toys, ornaments, and bookmarks. All proceeds from the sale will go to support Auro Mira Vidya Mandir, a remote tribal school in the state of Odisha, India. Please come by and help support our cause! The market has a number of other vendors participating as well and is a great way to pick up some last minute holiday...

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SecondLife School Supplies to India

SecondLife School Supplies to India from A Better Society. Parthiv and Arjav’s project to collect school supplies and take them to Auro Mira Vidya Mandir, a remote tribal school in the state of Odisha, India. Click here if the video doesn’t load.

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WeDay Minnesota

What a day! A day filled with excitement and emotion… an incredible and inspiring experience!! We were surprised to see our name and Project Life-Cycle highlighted on the big screens (a little hard to see in this photo, but will post a better one soon). More to come from the 16 kids of Project KiDS who...

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Project Humility2

MATERIALS 1 skein of Loops & Thread Charisma yarn—any color–check Michael’s for it to be on sale, if you want to do more 1 pair of size 11 (US) knitting needles–available at any craft store DIRECTIONS 1) Leaving an 18-24” tail, cast on 20 stitches 2) Knit 40 rows (verify by counting 20 bumps on your square—ends up being 8”x8”—the size of this sheet) 3) Cast off, leaving an 18-24” tail 4) Repeat until you have completed (3) 8”x8” squares 5) Return the three squares and the remaining yarn to A Better Society for...

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