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Postings for February 07, 2013 Full Month View
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  All Day “Give a Little Love” campaign   The “Give a Little Love” campaign is taking place at area McDonald’s restaurants from Tuesday, January 22 through Valentine’s Day on Thursday, February 14. Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Illinois (RMHCCI) invites local residents to participate and “Give a Little Love” by donating $1 or more and your name will be written on a heart to be displayed at McDonald’s. 100% of the proceeds will stay in central Illinois and directly benefit the Ronald McDonald House in Springfield, IL. RMHCCI exists to provide a supportive home away from home for families with children receiving medical care in Springfield, Illinois. Ronald McDonald House offers a good night's sleep, hot meals, and everything needed to keep parents' lives as simple as possible while they tend to the important task at hand: devoting all of their love and support to helping their child get well. RMHCCI is a 501(c)3 charity and could not provide a home away from home to over 300 families each year without the wonderful support of the central Illinois community. Please join us at area McDonald’s restaurants January 22—February 14 to give a lot of love for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Illinois! For more information, please visit www. rmhc-centralillinois.org.
  9:00AM 11:00AM Grow the Seeds of Possibility with genHkids   Join us as we take the exciting first step toward the creation of additional community gardens on Springfield’s east side, to be built and planted in 2013. This assembly is the kickoff to building an Alliance of organizations committed to community garden projects throughout Springfield. We invite you to be there for the start of a new project that will empower and nourish children and their families. The assembly will take place Thursday, February 7th at 9am, at the Sangamon County Department of Public Health. Dr. Kemia Sarraf, President/Founder of genHkids, will give a presentation on the Seeds of Possibility Project. This will be followed by a presentation from Vera Garrett, the Director of the Springfield Community Garden Family Fit Center. We will also provide opportunities for organizations to sign up and partner with genHkids on this project. Please RSVP to Cristol Klicker at assist@genhkids.org, or 217 761-4942

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