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This is how we do it at our Bink-A-Thon events in Portland, Oregon. Lots of steps, and lots of opportunities for all ages to be involves. I will say having a GREAT power supply is VERY helpful.
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A Bink-A-Thon is an event where a large group gathers for one day to make as many blankets as possible to be given to a local shelter or hospital. There are stations set up for sewing, tying the blankets off with yarn, painting squares (younger children love this part) and just organizing the fabric.
Laguna Beach High School's library seems to be the perfect home for Binky Patrol's local Bink-A-Thon.
70 volunteers, including over 35 students and girl scouts helped to make this event so successful.
Our Bink-A-Thon was a great success.
The Space Coast Chapter held its second Bink-A-Thon on October 26 and it was a Huge Sucess! Twenty-seven Binky volunteers showed up at the Cocoa Elks Lodge in Cocoa, Florida ready to work - and work they did!!!
The Annual Tampa Bink-a-thon was a huge success this year. We topped last
year's total and completed 80 Binkies!
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