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This year at our elementary school's fall festival we are selling $1.00 tickets for a chance to win a theme basket of goodies...ie...movie night; christmas decorations; etc. It usually brings in lots of money.
Our class is doing a ebkinz Basket (only a few were willing to donate) So far I've collected 1 bulldog, 1 black cat, 1 leapord, & 1 reindeer (put a flashing noses on it), 1 mouse pad, 4 outfit that fit girl Webkinz (not made by Ganz), 1 ganz baseball hat, 1 knapsack/backpack & 1 bookmark. I've thinking about adding a charm but can't decide which one to donate. So, what do you thing? :rdrBull Dog not pictured) Look for my poll
I'll let y'all know how it comes our. You might consider using Webkinz as a fund raiser for your school.
WOW!! awesome idea..can I bid on it! LOL We do this too during our silent auction on school carnival night..I will have to suggest that as a basket theme I bet that would make loads of money for the school!
the bookmarks are cheap too..definitely a charm or 2 and trading card packs You might even be able to approach some retailers and see if they would be willing to make any donations..since its school oriented.
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