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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

CONTEST! Win 4 Free Tickets to the Frazier International History Museum

** Stephanie is sick and Jeanette's computer is sick, so, the winner may not be picked this weekend**

We have 4 adult tickets to the Frazier International History Museum - $48 value. Children under 5 are free, children under 14 are $9.  You can use these passes for children if you need to! However if the winner uses the tickets on the Second Saturday of the month and your kids join the free kids club, the kids get in free. So in reality, you could visit the museum more than once for free. WHAT A GREAT PRIZE!

Check out the Frazier Museum's Website! They have a fantastic exhibit now called "The Good, The Bad, The Cuddly" featuring toys and their movies! It runs through March 27th. 
Here's how you can win:

Post a comment on this blog post or under our ALL CAPS facebook status for 1/12/11 answering the following question. 

You can enter both ways, but only once per site.  So, TWO ways to enter!!

Question: "Which historical figure do you think is a great role model for your children?"

Happy commenting, the contest will end on Saturday January 22nd at noon! We will post the randomly selected winner by the end of the weekend!  Please note: comments on this blog will not appear immediately! 



5 comments:

Michelle said...

Mother Teresa

Tania Tangri said...

I think I would like for my kid's role model to be Mahatma Gandhi

~heather~ said...

I read this question and thought of a person. I asked my husband for his opinion, and we actually came up with the same person! Our answer is Abraham Lincoln. We feel it is important for our kids to learn to respect all people, regardless of our differences.

~Heather C.

caryn weferling said...

I said George Washington because he endured a lot of hardship to bring freedom to this country, and then didn't take the encouragement from those around hom to crown himself king and start the same cycle again. He wanted something better for the U.S. and started the democratic government and became the first President.
My husband said Thomas Edison because he loves that he thought outside the box, kept trying despite many failures, and made life as we know it better with his inventions.
-Caryn Weferling

warrenfamily95 said...

Today that answer is easy! Martin Luther King, Jr. is a great role model. One of my greatest hopes for my children is that they not only accept the differences of people, but that they embrace them.

-Becky Warren