Jason Hanson, Detroit Lions and Chuck Gaidica, and so much more!

Beautiful September days are fast making way for October autumn beauty here in Michigan!  We have had some exciting things happen recently.  Saturday, Little Dresses for Africa was honored to be the recipient of a generous Love Offering by the “Man Up” Mens Group.  This terrific group of men meet on Saturdays and share information and study the Bible and encourage one another to be great spiritual leaders.  Thanks to Terry Flint their leader for the kind invitation and for Mike Hochberg for helping to make it happen.  We were part of the event where they hosted all time great Hall of Fame kicker and all around nice guy, Jason Hanson, who kicked for the Detroit Lions for 21 years.  It was so amazing to be part of it and as I told the men, such a great opportunity to share LDFA story and remind us all the respect starts with each of us and how we treat others.  Thank you so much for hosting this great event, MetroCity Church!  Later on in the evening I had the opportunity to attend The CattleBarron Ball which supports The American Cancer Society.  We are so blessed to have such incredible organizations like this in the United States.  It is amazing what people can do when they join together.  At our table was the handsome and charming local celebrity, Chuck Gaidica, who returns today to host “Live in the D” on Chanel 4.  I was so happy to hear how he’s able to serve both the public and his home church with his gifts as well as introduce him to what we do at Little Dresses for Africa.  I love these “God-coincidences!”  Another quick reminder that it’s time to get your costumes ready for our very fun Spooktacular Night with Little Dresses for Africa.  This is our big fund raiser for the year and we need your support.  Please plan to attend.  Great items for the auction are coming in. Tickets are available online or contact me Jason Hanson and board 2015chuck and rachelspooktacular jpgto reserve them.  I can’t wait.  Thank you so much for your help!  Love, Rachel

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