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he ABC Fundraising® Chocolate Bar Fundraiser $1 Chocolate bars or $2 Chocolate bars. $2 Chocolate bars

For the $2 Bars, each carrier contains 10 Caramel. 8 Milk Choc/Almond, 6 Dark Choc/Almond 6 Milk Choc/Crispy Rice

For the $2 Bars,

For the $1 Bars, each carrier contains: 16 caramel, 16 Almond, 12 Crispy, 8 Milk Chocolate and 8 Dark Chocolate Almond

For the $1 Bars,

If you are looking for a more traditional fundraising idea for youth groups, middle schools or elementary schools, a Chocolate Bar Fundraiser may be perfect for you!

If you are looking for a more traditional fundraising idea Chocolate Bar Fundraiser COTTON CANDY FUNDRAISER

Of all the Unique Fundraising Ideas you’ll find from ABC Fundraising®, The Cotton Candy Fundraiser may be the most unique fundraising idea we have to offer. We know of no other fundraising company that is currently offering Cotton Candy as a Fundraiser.

Of all the Unique Fundraising Ideas you’ll find from ABC Fundraising®, The Cotton Candy Fundraiser may be the most unique fundraising idea

If you’re thinking of doing a candy fundraiser this year, why not consider Cotton Candy, a true American Classic.

It’s definitely a favorite fundraising idea for larger groups like Football Teams and Basketball Teams. It’s also a great idea to order Cotton Candy for a fundraiser if you are planning to have a carnival or a fair at your school or church. Cotton Candy is a great seller at these types of fundraising events.

We even have special flavors for October (Orange Flavor For Halloween) and Candy Cane Flavor during the Holiday Season.

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In the same vein as the classic Chocolate Bar Fundraiser comes a brand new fundraising idea called THE PRETZEL ROD FUNDRAISER.

THE PRETZEL ROD FUNDRAISER.

Pretzel Rods are pretzel sticks that have been dipped in chocolate and covered in delicious sweets.

There are 3 Great Flavors In Each Carrying Case As Follows: Chocolate Chunk, Rainbow Sprinkles and Crunchy Toffee!

We have Pretzel Rods in the office all year and we must admit, it gets a bit dangerous to have them around. They’re very delicious and very addicting! 🙂

GUMMY BEAR FUNDRAISER

ABC Fundraising® has recently teamed up with HARIBO® , the original creators of the classic Gummy Bears, to bring you one of the highest profit candy fundraisers you’ll find.

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Captions are journalism, too. They should be fact-checked and typo-checked. They should be complete sentences that present the who, what, where, when and (sometimes) why without necessarily stating the obvious (i.e., he sits, she waves, they clap). Captions give photos context, telling viewers what’s going on in a photo so they don’t have to guess or jump to conclusions.

As with any content NPR produces, we follow a style guide. Below are some rules to keep in mind when writing and editing captions.

The who : Use parentheses, not commas, to identify who’s who in the photo (a departure from AP’s style for “caption directionals”). For example: “Laurel Dalrymple (left) and Susan Vavrick watch the Newscast anchors bicker.” But give our readers some credit. If Janey Adams is in the photo with President Obama, assume our readers can figure out who is who. Use directionals only if they’re really necessary to identify the people.

The who

An example under this photo by Kainaz Amaria :

The when : Use the day of the week: “Amy Morgan eats her signature Nutella sandwich Monday.” If the event took place more than a week ago, use the month and the day: “Pam Webster attends the Tiny Desk Concert on Dec. 15.” If it took place a year or more ago, throw in the year: “Amy Morgan dressed up as a Zhu Zhu hamster on Dec. 11, 2009.” BUT — if the specific date is irrelevant, consider dropping it altogether or just giving the year or writing something like “last month.”

The when

Also, please remember to put a comma after the year if the date doesn’t come at the end of the sentence (NO: On June 6, 1972 a star was born; YES: On June 6, 1972, a star was born).

The where : Some cities don’t require a state or country after them; please see the dateline entry of the AP Stylebook to see which ones. For all others, include the abbreviated state name (and/or country name, not abbreviated). State abbreviations are NOT the same as the two-letter postal codes. (We use Calif., not CA. Find all the others in the AP’s state names entry, including the eight states that are always spelled out.)

and taped on 1 corner. Back of photo is inscribed “Hills House, 10 Pembroke St, Surrey Hills”. Card has written underneath the photo, “10 Pembroke St” Surrey Hills ‘Eignbrook’, 10 Pembroke Street was built in 1904. It was the home of William Valentine Hill

Original sepia photograph of 10 Pembroke Street. A weatherboard in the Queen Anne style with a steep pitched iron roof. Mounted on white cardboard and taped on 1 corner.

Historical information

‘Eignbrook’, 10 Pembroke Street was built in 1904. It was the home of William Valentine Hill, journalist, who came to this home with his wife Annie (nee Boak) and family of eight children in 1904. Courtesy: Mr William (Bill) Dempsey, grandson of William Valentine Hill.

Inscriptions Markings

Back of photo is inscribed “Hills House, 10 Pembroke St, Surrey Hills”. Card has written underneath the photo, “10 Pembroke St”

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Vision Australia Text Declaration of Trust, Jean Bickford Bequest 3 pages This Trust agreement declares the intention of the Trustees, namely Albert William Whiteside, Matilda "Tilly" Ann Aston, William Henry Paterson and Charles Monteath to utilise

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Historical information

This Trust agreement declares the intention of the Trustees, namely Albert William Whiteside, Matilda "Tilly" Ann Aston, William Henry Paterson and Charles Monteath to utilise a gift of War Bonds to the value of 200 pounds to form the Jean Bickford Bequest. The income arising from the Bequest would be used to pay for Board, Lodging and Attention at the Associations Home for Adult Blind at Brighton Beach" of Victorian soldiers who were blinded as a result of the War. Dated 18th September, 1918. Signed by Albert William Whiteside, Matilda Ann Aston (after being read the document by Mary Lawson, signature also affixed), William Henry Paterson and Charles Monteath. 2 signed copies are held of this Trust Declaration, as well as one other copy with typed signatures.

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Uniting Church Archives - Synod of Victoria, Malvern East

Uniting Church Archives - Synod of Victoria Engraving from photograph Revd Thomas Williams B W head and shoulders image of the Rev. Thomas Williams . Revd Thomas Williams President of the Australasian Conference 1873. Rev Thomas Williams (1815

B W head and shoulders image of the Rev. Thomas Williams.

Historical information

Rev Thomas Williams (1815 - 1891) went to Lakeba, Fiji as a missionary in 1839. In 1843 he went to Somosomo, and in 1848 to Bua. When his health failed, he was sent back to the colonies, and did circuit work in Adelaide 1854 - 1856. In 1857 he was transferred to Victoria, where he was stationed in Melbourne, Brighton, Creswick, Colac, Ballarat East, Castlemaine and Melbourne South. He became a Supernumerary in 1878. He was elected president of the 18th and last Australasian Conference held in Sydney in 1873.

Inscriptions Markings

Revd Thomas Williams President of the Australasian Conference 1873.

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