Category Archives: love
Do you have extra change JINGLING in your pocket?
check out those bells!
Feel like using it to give a GIFT that keeps on giving?
It would be considered an EAR-ly Christmas present!
Donations would make us TWINKLE from our little tiny elf heads to our toes!
Any small amount can help us reach our goal of $500 this Tuesday. (hey… who you calling small?!)
So far, these lovely photos, from JLV Photography in Fort Collins, are our first GIFT!
Thank you to James and Mellisa for GIVING to Awesome in Action this season. …It was ELF-LY SWEET of you! (Oh yeah, we did use that horrible elf pun)
The money will help spread the JOY of feeling accepted and included to ALL types of people (and elves) this year!
Celebrate your Ability to be “Santa’s Little Helper” too!
Here at Awesome in Action, WE appreciate all you do!!
We all had a blast (pun intended!) at the 4th of July Parade in Fort Collins today.
Awesome in Action revealed itself as an official 501(c) 3 organization today with our brand new t-shirts sporting the nonprofit Awesome in Action logo.
We even had an official mascot this year! Thank you, Jarvis, the amazing 3 legged dog, for displaying what being Awesome in Action is all about!
Thank you also to special friends, Liz and Leonard Urban for joining us this year!
On a whim, Martin joined us to add to his Marathon training workout (He’d already done the Firecracker 5K twice!)
Of course, no party is complete without this joker and her crew! We had so much fun with Kelleen, Charlie, and their kids Riley, Kira, and Aidan.
And, as always, we loved to have our dear friend, Tammy Castell, joining us to march this year!
The old crew, Alex, Thalia, and Olivia joined the parade, and they were a great help getting ready!
and they were even nice to each other (mostly!)
Nothing says the 4th of July like a duel with cardboard tubes!
Here’s a few shots of us marching from behind! Susan took the wheel to drive the Silver Bullet down the parade route!
Vanessa is a hot kid after the long parade! Even so, she chose to share her Popsicle with Jarvis. Guess her mom, Amy, is teaching this (almost) youngest AiA team member some great values!
Thank you, Roussos Family, for coming to support us during the parade!