Below are the vendors who will be on site for your shopping convenience. Take a moment to visit their sites and see what's new and exciting.
TREASURED MEMORIES CANADA
Treasured Memories, a local online scrapbooking store will be setting up a table at our event. Come and shop some great products and prices from this local vendor. CLICK ON IMAGE TO GO TO ONLINE STORE.
Lovebug Scrapbooking is a local online scrapbooking store. Denise will be setting up the store onsite during the Full Throttle Crop for your shopping convenience. CLICK ON IMAGE TO GO TO ONLINE STORE
Rita, an independent Creative Memories consultant will be donating 10% of sales to the Full Throttle Crop, including pre-sales - just quote "Full Throttle" when placing your order. CLICK ON IMAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
Shannon is a very talented independent Stampin' Up demonstrator. She will be donating 10% of her sales to the Full Throttle Fundraiser along with teaching a fabulous technique based card class. CLICK ON IMAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION
FULL THROTTLE CLASSES
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The following sponsors have generously donated some fabulous door prizes. Take a moment to visit their websites by clicking on their image and if you happen to be shopping at their store be sure to thank them for supporting the Full Throttle Crop.
B.C. Christian Academy is a non-profit private school that only receives 50% of the operational funding and no capital funding given to public schools by the government. This makes it extremely difficult to offer certain elective courses to the high school students. Automotive is one of those courses. However, last spring a group of students were so eager to have an automotive elective they convinced Mr. Jarvie, the principal, to teach the class and pooled their own money to purchase a 1991 Firebird in desperate need of restoration (see picture below). The students have provided their own tools and with some help from the automotive department at Langley Christian School proceeded to start the restoration process. Because teenagers have limited funds, and because they have taken ownership of this class and are so eager and enthusiastic to make something out of this vehicle, and mostly, because my own son is a part of this class, I have decided to organize this fun day as a way to help them raise a small part of the funds they will require. These students have a dream – to restore and race this car in the High School Drag Racing Competition at Mission Raceway in June 2010. Although they may have set the bar high I believe that when our children have a dream we should, as adults, encourage and empower them as best we can. Life will throw them enough curve balls in the years to come but if we can encourage and help them reach that dream, the sense of accomplishment that follows will give them confidence to face whatever curve balls life may throw at them. 1 Thessalonians 5:11 tells us to "Therefore encourage one another and build each other up". Come and join us in this fun-filled day and help some of our students realize a dream!