Monday, August 30, 2010

It's time to celebrate! ~ Giveaway #1

In our past year of blogging we have made some great friends and have discovered some great organizations. We would like to formally introduce you to some of them through our giveaways today, as well as share them with you via our new pages feature on the "Our Friends" tab.

The ALS Association is one of those organizations that we love.


We have a big tie with this association because of our aunt "Tia Chita".
She was diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) about five years ago. Chita has been strong through the whole process and has had our support as one large, loving family. One of the many fundraising events that we are a part of each year is the ALS Benefit and September 11th is our 4th one! This year, Taylor and I are putting together a small carnival to offer some entertainment for the kids. :)


So, for the giveaway part... Our first gifts are three Strike Out ALS bracelets!


And if you're near the Devine/San Antonio Area we can also offer you two free tickets to the event!!!


The evening includes: Dinner, Dance, Silent Auction, Live Auction, Games, and a Bake Sale. You will be able to meet Chita and hang out with us! (If you want to see Taylor dressed as a clown you may want to enter this one! ;)

Everyone is welcome to enter every giveaway today! Our typical rules do apply- you must leave a comment to enter and if you are a follower your name will be placed in the hat twice! You may become a follower to get a second chance as well. The three winners will be announced at noon today and so will our next giveaway!

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UPDATE!!!




Congratulations, Rachel! You win the two tickets, and everyone gets a bracelet!

3 comments:

  1. Count me in! Pretty please!

    Love you,

    Mom

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  2. Rachel Garcia HouseAugust 30, 2010 at 11:36 AM

    I love reading your blog! Keep em coming!

    Rachel Garcia House

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  3. sounds like a great event, but i'll be out of town...next year!
    -kara

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