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Monday, September 23, 2013

Bertucci's Springfield Joins Alex's Lemonade Stand To Fight Cancer

Where? Bertucci's Springfield PA

Saturday, September 28, 2013
From 2 to 6 PM
Join us at Bertucci's Springfield, 965 Baltimore Pike, Springfield Square, Springfield PA and support Alex's Lemonade Stand and the Million Mile Run this Saturday, September 28, 2013 from 2-6 PM where great food at a great restaurant meet a great charity, Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation.  Come support Alex's Lemonade Stand AND grab some great pizza or other Italian entrees. Come on, you know you want to come on out and help the support a great cause.

Volunteers Help Alex's Lemonade Stand and Million Mile Run (By Guest Blogger, Kate Vecchione)

Photo courtesy of Nichole Ann (Left to Right Randi Kobielnik, Kate Vecchione, Nichole Ann, and Heather McCurdy)
Springfield Mall in Springfield, Pennsylvania recently hosted an Alex's Lemonade Stand on Friday and Saturday September 20th and 21st to raise money and awareness for Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation For Childhood Cancer and the Million Mile Run.
Volunteers Jennifer Oxenford, Melinda Babiak, Bridgette Klose, Heather McCurdy, Darla DeMorrow and Kate Vecchione raised $650 in honor of childhood cancer heros Lily and Maggie.
Photo of volunteers Kate Vecchione and Jennifer Oxenford
Build a Bear donated their signature stuffed animals to the cause. We also raffled off jewelry from Stella and Dot, a cruise on the Spirit of Philadelphia, Bertucci's gift certificates, and a candy basket. 
Find out how to join the Million Mile Run and help fight childhood cancer.Run or walk in a team with your friends and family to help raise money for childhood cancer research. If everyone joins together we can work toward beating this disease.
Look for more info on where these ladies will be raising $$$ for Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation.

Saturday, September 7, 2013

Beat Sore Feet

Photo courtesy of Amazon
I recently found this great product that saves you from foot pain on Amazon. It's called Friction Block by Band-Aid. It looks like a tiny stick of deodorant and is easy to pop in your bag as you head out hiking, sightseeing, or going dancing in a new pair of shoes. Don't worry about ripping your feet to shreds and mega blisters anymore, apply friction block and your feet will thank you.
I love this product. It is easy to apply and works like a charm. It beats new shoe pain and keeps you from limping through your entire vacation or that first week or two of wearing new shoes.
And if you are one of those ladies who love hitting the clearance aisle at DSW or other fabulous shoe stores, you will want to invest in a few of these (one for each purse for those nights out dancing.) Make new shoes a pleasure and never a pain.