"If You Do What You Love, You Will Never Work A Day In Your Life"
~ Marc Anthony ~
Starting in June DESIGN N YOU will provide activities once a week at
THE BOYS & GIRLS CLUB - 1900 Lakewood Ave. Atlanta, Georgia
BASIC SEWING I
Learn a different basic sewing skill with each project
Take home a project each activity
Become familiar with fashion industry terminology
Introduction to sewing machine
$10.00 each activity
Registration Begin : May 25
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Soon there will be a central location for the KADU Fashion Studio, we are so excited to be able to bring to students of all ages an avenue to experience the Fashion and Media Industry.
Welcome new members! We have been pretty busy the last few weeks.....
Soon as weather permits we will plant these beauties in the ground - Join Us!
The New Alonzo Crim Learning Center Day Care- The volunteers from Crim did a fantastic job in creating a winter wonderland in the lobby. Some of the holiday activities included coloring Christmas pictures , a Christmas Story and decorating Christmas cupcakes.
Today is the holiday party at Alonzo Crim New Learning Center, teen volunteers from Crim worked very hard to bring the holiday wonderland to reality. Some of the kids from Burgess- Peterson Elementary will participate in a wobble dance, computer art, games, cupcake decorations and present some senior citizens with hand knitted and crocheted scarfs. We have lots of fun and surprises waiting for them.
This time of the year is the beginning to the holiday season, Kids All Dressed Up helped serve Perkerson Elementary students and their parents a delicious Thanksgiving lunch on Thursday. Thanksgiving is one of the times during the years you give thanks for your blessings, lessons learned, family and friends during the year.
Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holiday's because I really like turkey,dressing and cranberry sauce. But the real treat of Thanksgiving is enjoying another special meal with family and friends for lasting memories.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING FROM KIDS ALL DRESSED UP
On December 8, 25 students from the Crim High School and Burgess-Peterson Elementary School will donate their time on a Saturday to knit and crochet scarf's for senior citizens. Kids All Dressed Up and Theresa Mullins, Crim Parent's Liasion support kids and teens doing good things.
Click here to make a donation for yarn, knitting and crochet needles?