Friday, March 13, 2009

Our First Contest

What if you could:

- shop for curriculum in a HUGE exhibit hall & see all the curriculum hands on?
- choose from an incredible line-up of speakers?
- speak with homeschool leaders and vendors?
- attend fabulous workshops?
- meet other homeschoolers & be encouraged?

What if you could do all this for FREE?

You can!

May 8th & 9th 2009 there will be the 25th Annual Homeschool Book Fair at the Arlington Convention Center.

For a list of all the exhibitors scheduled to be there click HERE!

To be entered into the contest simply leave a comment below between NOW & Thursday, March 19. On Friday, March 20 we will enter your post # into a random number generator & announce the winner.

Good Luck!!

4 comments:

  1. Kari DavidsonMarch 13, 2009

    First of all, I want to say that I love our new blog. Thank you Tiffany and Nicki for putting this together.
    Secondly, I encourage everyone to go to the book fair if they have never been before. It is worth it. I went to the first one they had and it has grown so much since then.
    I hope I win. Kari

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  2. I love the homeschool book fair! It is so awesome. I hope I win!
    I'm also glad we have a blog with information about RRCH! I love blogs. Visit mine!
    liberty-freedomtospeak.blogspot.com
    ~Liberty~

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  3. I love the new blog. I can keep up with all the neat things our homeschooling families are doing.
    The Arlington bookfair is one of the highlights of the year for us. Hands of a Child will have a booth this year. If you are interested in lapbooking, check them out. See ya there.

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  4. I just wanted to say that you "Red River Christian Homeschoolers" have "got it going on"! (as our younger counterparts would say) I used to be a part of your group, but we had to move to Denison. I still receive your email digest, so I see all of your great things your have organized. You have accomplished so much in so little time. I'm sure each one of you ladies has a little part to play to make these things happen so well. Good Job ladies!

    ~Amy Pierce

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