We had a great time last week at our second play group One Hen! We read the true story of Kojo and how a microloan led to a hen that changed the lives of a family, community, and country. We were able to take a trunkful of high-need supplies to Community Action House. I’m so thankful for all the families that have taken the time to come out to the park this summer. Above you can see a talented group of egg balancers!
So many sweet world changers.
We really hope to see you this coming Tuesday evening, June 30 at 6:00 pm. (Kollen Park, on the east side of the public bathrooms.)
We will be reading The Red Bicycle about the journey of one red bike!
If you are able please bring $1.00 for World Vision USA to purchase bicycles for girls needing safe transportation to school!
Bring along a scooter, bike, skateboard, stroller! Anything with wheels! We’ll be having a bike parade around the upper sidewalk loop of Kollen Park.
After our Make Difference Bike Parade come over for play stations! Bubbles, sidewalk chalk, sack races, world volleyball, hula hoops, and a bicycle craft.
Can you take donations of scooters and/or bikes?
Hi Nancy! We are just doing the one dollar donations for World Vision Tuesday. That is a great idea for the future. Maybe someone knows of a local organization that accepts used scooters and bikes and repurposed them? That is actually what happens in the book The Red Bicycle 🙂
🙂 Looks like a great day!
Oh! We read a book yesterday that reminded me of your groups! The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind! It’s about a boy in Malawi who built a windmill and brought electricity to his village. I just loved how he used his creativity to help others!
I’ve never heard of that one! I have to check it out, thanks! Sure wish you and Chuck were still in Holland 🙂