Craft Day with the Neighborhood Kids – Holiday Gobblers for Relay for Life

November 16, 2010 at 5:00 am 5 comments

Last Saturday was “turkey day”. The neighborhood kids came over. Some of them used the computers and some learned how to make the Holiday Gobblers for our Relay for Life Team. I was pretty busy helping them through the process and rethreading yarn, but I did take a few shots:

Plastic Canvas - Jovon, Tyrek and Jacal at Work
Boys At Work (Well, two of them)

Plastic Canvas - Jacal Glues Eyes
Jacal Glues on Eyes for Greg Z’s Turkey (THANKS GREG!)

Plastic Canvas - Tyrek Works
Tyrek Finishes Up A Piece

Henry was on hand for moral support:
Plastic Canvas - Henry Lays Around
Henry and Supplies

And here are some of Saturday’s efforts:

Plastic Canvas - Tyrek's Turkey, Vicky's Turkey
Two Finished Turkeys

Holiday Gobbler - Grey and Pink
Grey and Pink Turkey

Do you covet a cute little turkey of your own? Simply make a November donation to our Hunter Street Hope Relay for Life Team.

Tyrek’s Donation Page
Khalif’s Donation Page
General Team Donation Page

Entry filed under: Crafts, Neighborhood Kids, Plastic Canvas, Relay for Life, Thanksgiving, Uncategorized.

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5 Comments Add your own

  • 1. geekhiker  |  November 16, 2010 at 3:07 pm

    It’s good to see that Henry always keeps his cell phone close by…

  • 2. tgaw  |  November 16, 2010 at 3:17 pm

    @geekhiker – LOL! Good eye!

  • […] In November, Tyrek learned plastic canvas and helped stitch some Holiday Gobblers as thank you gifts for our November donations. Thanks in part to Tyrek’s efforts, we got three surprise […]

  • 4. Brenda Goodson  |  November 27, 2012 at 11:44 am

    Even this is well after the event, I would love the *pattern* for the turkey. I will make a donation to the ACS. Please 🙂


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