McHappy Day 2009 – Support Children in Need

November 20th will mark an important day for children around the world.  On that day, McDonald’s restaurants, joining more than 30,000 Golden Arches Locations around the world, is celebrating the 7th Annual McHappy Day fundraiser.  Since 2002, it has raised $150 million for RMHC and children’s charities around the world.  McDonald’s Restaurants across the country will donate $1.00 from the sale of every breakfast and beef sandwich Extra Value Meal to Ronald McDonald House Charities.

Through much of the month, customers can also support RMHC through “Give a Hand” an in-restaurant program that exchanges a $l.00 donation to the charity for the opportunity to autograph and hang a paper hand in McDonalds.

On November 20th, won’t you do your part by stopping by your local McDonald’s neighborhood restaurant with your family and purchase either breakfast meals or a beef sandwich extra value meals to support the Ronald McDonald House Charities? Also, stop by during the month of November and give a dollar for “Give A Hand” and hang your child’s autograph in the restaurant.   What better way to help children in need by supporting the RMHC.

Weekend Reading 2007-07-13

Treo 700w:
Live Mobile Search V2 Released!
 (one of my Treo essentials gets more

to set RSS feeds as your desktop

Family IT:
Computing: Control another computer with

Utilities: Manage and coordinate vacations with WhosOff

Pinhole Camera
 (via pixblog)

To Write Excellent Blog Content – What We Wish We Knew

Watch what you eat

Tonight’s Reading 2007-07-10

Sugary Sticky Stuff
 (this looks like an awesome utility class for .NET

55 Essential Articles Every Serious Blogger Should Read

Page, Category, and Item Paging in DasBlog

Allegheny College:
Meadville mishap
defines wrecking ball
 (don’t mess with the Larry ‘brary)

I think we need a new mascot!  Wifey’s apartment, back in the
day, was on Randolph Street.  This has all the makings of a Nationwide
commercial.  Taking suggestions for the best new College

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