The C.O.W. Bus (Champs on Wheels)
Free meals for kids this summer!!
This is a fantastic program to feed kids during the summer months...it's called "COW" or Champs (cafe) On Wheels. It's a school bus converted to an actual fresh food cafe, going around the community and serving kids wholesome meals planned by an actual nutritionist. Click on the link below to find out the times and locations...simply enter Port Charlotte in the search box as shown:
Wait until you see this video! this little girl's excitement turns quickly into regret as she rides an adult rollercoaster with her Mom for the first time! Please click the link to watch the video...
At 101, He’s Still Volunteering For Meals On Wheels
The Florida centenarian has logged over 13,332 miles delivering meals to house bound seniors.
Every Monday, Edward Kydd drives two routes for Meals on Wheels, and over time the Rockledge, Florida man has traveled 13,332 miles and given 1,742 hours of service to them. That takes a long time and it’s an impressive record - especially since Kydd is 101.
He hits the road with his traveling companion, his 73-year-old daughter, Janet von Berg, bringing food to house bound seniors. And all that volunteering is what Kydd credits with keeping him alive and kicking. “I think the reason I’m going to be 102 in July is because I’ve stayed active,” he says.
Source: USA Today
Robert Plant Reacts To 8-year-old Girl Playing Led Zeppelin On Drums
Last week a video of Japanese girl Yoyoka Soma playing Led Zeppelin on drums went viral — and now Robert Plant is reacting to her incredible performance on CBC.
Different pancakes from around the world and a kid's taste test.
Phanatic's Flying Hot Dog Leaves Phillies Fan With Facial Injuries
They say it's dangerous at baseball games...
Anyone that has ever bought a ticket to any major sporting events knows they take their lives into their own hands in terms which is why they always have to be alert for flying bats, balls, pucks, and players.
But Monday night at Citizen’s Bank Park, one Philadelphia Fan was struck by something none of us ever saw coming—especially her.
And that would be a projectile hot dog… fired out of a high powered hot dog canon shot by the Phillie Phanatic.
Now, in defense of the lovable Phanatic, he has been launching hot dogs into the stands at Philadelphia Phillies games for years—dating all the way back to Veterans Stadium—without any injuries.
That changed Monday night.
Using his customary launcher, the Phanatic sent a hot dog to fans behind home plate, where Kathy McVay was sitting. And McVay—who was nursing a shoulder injury—which may or not have been hot do related—was unable to catch or deflect the hot dog
Which is why the duct taped dog struck her in the face causing a black eye and several other contusions which sent McVay to the hospital for a Cat scan.
She did not, just one bruised up face.
Well the good news is McVay says she's a big fan of the team and doesn't plan legal action even though the she has to apply ice to her facial injury every 20 minutes.
The Phillies reached out to McVay on Tuesday to apologize, and they have offered her tickets to a future game when she wants to return.
Let’s hope it’s behind netting and nowhere near a concession stand.
Source: WPVI 6 Philadelphia
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