Saturday, April 6, 2013

F-5 Fest Launches Join Hands Day on National Volunteer Week

Mrs. Aimee Hanneman delivered a motivational Chapel speech on Friday April 19th to start National Volunteer Week and F-5 Fest Johnnie's Thursdays 

F-5 Fest Fundraiser:  Thursday Johnnie's Days

Eat any meal at any Johnnie's on Thursdays from April 17 until Thursday May 23 and a percentage of the sales will be donated to F-5 Fest Fundraiser honoring Bennett Hanneman, a Cyclone infant fighting Pearson's Syndrome.  The Bob Stoops Champions Foundation will match the total amount fundraised through Johnnie's
 
 

MAY 2,  JOIN HANDS EVENINGS

7:30 PM, QUAIL SPRINGS THEATRE

OTHER SCREENING DATE OPPORTUNITIES AT http://gathr.us/
 
Join hands with Assistant Chaplain Father Tim Youmans, 6th grader, Rachel ChristiE,  CASADY YAC F-5 Fest Project (Service Action Council Project ), Casady Service-Learning Program, and RunHers Women's Association     

Have a Johnnies meal with family and friends at a convenient time for your schedule. Say Casady when ordering your food.  Johnnies will donate a % of the sales to Casady YAC F-5 Fest fundraising to honor Bennett.  The Bob Stoops Champions Foundation https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bob-Stoops-Champions-Foundation/114155395314738?id=114155395314738&sk=info will match dollar by dollar what YAC's F-5 Fest events fundraise.




GIRL RISING SCREENING:
6th grade Casady student, Rachel Christie stated, "Girl Rising is an AWESOME MOVIE everyone should see."

To attend the May 2nd RunHers Women's Association screening of Girl Rising purchase $ 10 tickets online ASAP at @ http://gathr.us/screening/2350).  To attend the May 23 screening purchase tickets at http://gathr.us/screening/2107.

The movie is the centerpiece of 10x10 – a global campaign to educate and empower girls. A portion of Girl Rising ticket sales go to support girls’ programs around the world through the 10x10 Fund for Girls’ Education. The Fund goes to 10x10’s high-impact network of non-profit partners and leaders in girls’ education: A New Day Cambodia, CARE, Girl Up/United Nations Foundation, Partners in Health, Plan International USA, Room to Read, UNICEF, and World Vision.

Sheila Kidder of RunHers states, “runhers believe(s) in the power of education to change not only a girl, but the world.  By bringing Girl Rising to Oklahoma City we are showing our community a beautiful film that demonstrates the impact education can have on girls’ lives around the globe. Together we can be part of a revolution that gets girls into a more positive, and life changing educational climate.”

From the award-winning producers of The Documentary Group and Vulcan Productions, with strategic partner Intel Corporation and global television distribution partner CNN Films, Girl Rising premiered on the eve of International Women’s Day, March 7, 2013.

OTHER THURSDAY SCREENINGS OF GIRL RISING.  SEE INFORMATION AND TICKETS AT http://gathr.us/

REFLECTIVE DESSERT @ Johnnies. % of sales goes to Casady YAC F-5 Fest honoring Bennett when you say Casady when ordering your ice cream.  

Or have an ice cream SOBREMESA at home to reflect  the movie. 

Consider sending direct donations to the Bob Stoops Champions Foundation in honor of Bennett.  Make checks directly to the  Bob Stoops Champions Foundation with Casady YAC F-5 Fest: Bennett Hanneman in the memo.  Mail donations to: Bob Stoops Champions Foundation, Barry Switzer Center, 180 W. Brooks, Norman, OK  73069."

Ben and Jerry's volunteer ice cream flavors are exclusively sold at Target stores.


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