Crop Because You Care
Do you like to scrap-book? Do you, or does someone you know, have epilepsy? Do you like gettin’ crafty for a cause? Well then, the 10th annual Crop Because You Care is the place to be, for you. “Crop the day away with your friends and family, get great ideas from the other scrappers, and learn from some of the best. A great excuse to get out and be creative! Entry price is $25.00 for the all day pass… Enjoy up to 12 hours of demonstrations, vendor booths, speakers, and creative fun. Bring your supplies and pictures along with any ideas you’d like to share”
Here are some comments that were made on the Crop Because You Care Facebook page in reference to CBYC 2010:
Nadine Jones Anderson said, “My sister and I have come for the last 8 years (I wish we new about it one year sooner!) and my daughter has benefited by attending camp twice! Thanks so much!”
Alina Dannette Burk said, “I get so excited every time CYBC comes around! I have attended every year since it began 9 years ago. I simply cannot imagine missing this event!”
Cindee Stoker Nielsen said, “My sister, mom and I have been coming to CBYC every year since it started. This year Mom has to drive four hours to get here, but we’ll still be there – thanks for providing us the opportunity to get together and enjoy our favorite hobby.”
The above comments are just a few of the great things heard about CBYC, if you can’t believe it, come and see for yourself, this year on February 26, 2011 at the South Town Expo Center!
If scrap-booking isn’t your thing, you can still get involved with this great cause. “The crop… has raised thousands of dollars to help the Association provide services to people dealing with the many challenges of epilepsy.” If you would like to donate items to be raffled, auctioned, or if you would like to be a sponsor of this year’s Crop Because You Care you can contact the EAU’s office, at (801) 566-5949 or Kris at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information regarding sponsorship and donations (as well as a lot of other information) you can visit the Crop web-page within the epilepsyut.org website.