Chicktime Launches Hernando Chapter
SPRING HILL- Saturday, the Hernando “Chicktime”kicked off their first event for the Spring Hill chapter.Chicktime is an organization that strives to unite the community by pairing up with local charitable organizations in hopes of making a difference. Chapter founder, Amy Holliday, partnered with the New Beginnings youth shelter and hosted the event. Holliday says, “We want to show the kids that are placed in the shelter that they are worth our time, they’re worth investing in, that they have a future and they are a part of our community.”
Holliday along with five other woman spent the afternoon with the kids making homemade lasagnas and decorating cupcakes. They finished the day with a fun filled game of kickball. Chicktime volunteers consist of leaders and helpers. Each month one person commits to leading an event and is responsible for planning the activity at his or her own expense. Events can be from playing a sport, cooking, crafting or any activity the children can engage in and feel a part of. Six helpers are needed per event; however, helpers are not obligated to finance anything. The 2015 calendar is already booked with monthly leaders, but could use more helpers. For more information about Chicktime please visit http://www.chicktime.com/ If interested in volunteering for the Hernando County Chicktime chapter please contact Amy Holliday at (727) 688-1341 or [email protected]
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