Cross Street’s PROJECT DARDEN

Dear Parents,

Over the next three Sundays (July 1st, 8th, & 15th) we are challenging all Cross Street Parents and Kids to begin raising money to help Byrns Darden Elementary School, where we’ll have Cross Street Day Camp on July 18th, 19th, and 20th for K thru 3rd Graders.

We want to focus on three things to help this amazing school:
Planting trees and flowers at the front of the school.
Putting together 150 book bags (with school supplies) for kids in need.
Decorating gift bags for teachers & placing printing paper inside.

This is a great way for parents and kids to join forces to raise money in order to help such an amazing school! There are MANY ways for your family to collect money: a lemonade stand in your neighborhood, maybe have your child do extra chores around the house, host a neighborhood bake sale, or maybe have your child decorate a collection jar that you take to work. There are so many fun ways for your family to pull together in order to help this cause.

AND HERE’S THE BEST PART: On the last day of Cross Street Day Camp your child will actually be the one to plant trees and flowers, stuff book bags for kids, and decorate gift bags for teachers! AWESOME! Think about it . . . your child will not only experience the blessing of raising money for Project Darden, but they will also get the chance to complete this project with their own two hands.

So, have your child bring in donations to the Cross Street area on July 1st, 8th, and 15th . . . let’s raise all the money needed to complete Project Darden.

And if you have not registered your child for Cross Street Day Camp, please do so now. We have a limited amount of spots for your child.

COST: Only $20
To Register:
Go to http://www.gcomchurch.com/daycamp-registration
OR email kids@gcomchurch.com OR simply call 931-802-3585

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About Adam Bayne

I'm the Children's Pastor at Grace Community Church in Clarksville, TN, a heavyweight Disney nerd, a lightweight sports fan, and an all-out fan of my wife and two daughters.
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