All Liberty Families are invited to take part in the 2nd Annual Brayden Blessings Event to honor & celebrate Brayden Mager on June 29 (Brayden's birthday). See the post from Brayden's parents below for more information!
Journal entry by Andrew/Lyndsey Mager — Jun 19, 2020
This is the second year, we would like to Pay-It-Forward in remembrance of our Superhero, Brayden. Brayden, would be turning 14 on June 29th. We would like to turn his birthday into a time of giving instead of a time of tears. Brayden loved people and loved to help where he could. So in honor of our Superhero, we would like anyone who is able to pay it forward on June 29th (or around that day) by purchasing a cup of coffee for someone, paying for someone’s meal, or just simply doing a nice gesture and making someone’s day.
We will be handing out these cards as we participate (see image). If you would like to do the same we would love to know how far this spreads! You can print the card or I have paper copies if you would like one, please let me know.
If you are on this site and received or gave a card, please comment below. We would love to hear your story to see how far his love spreads!!!
This pay-it-forward moment was done in honor of Brayden Mager. June 29th, would be Brayden’s 14th birthday. In honor of this Superhero, we are paying it forward and we only ask that you do the same if you are able.
😎 Today is the final day of Grab & Go Summer meals. Stop by Liberty or Journey elementary from 11 AM - 1 PM. Meals are FREE to all children 18 years & younger. Children do not need to be enrolled at HSD to pick up meals.
The Harrisburg Child Nutrition Department has multiple full and part time kitchen assistant openings for the 2020-2021 school year. If you enjoy working with kids and having nights and weekends off then this may be the job you are looking for! 🐾
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