Fathers are invited to write their children letters discussing the importance of childhood literacy as part of a contest – and some letters will be featured on the Barbara Bush Foundation website!
Barbara Bush took an interest in literacy issues while Second Lady of the United States. She worked with literacy organizations and researched links between illiteracy and different life conditions. She even wrote a children’s book and donated the proceeds to literacy organizations. So, you know, she’s serious about this reading stuff.
Back in October, we told you about the ReadySetEat Dad Cook-Off, brought to you by the Dad 2.0 Summit and ConAgra Foods. Now, the entrants’ recipes have been parsed and
10 8 semi-finalists have been chosen.
Voting begins today, and from here, four finalists will win an all-expenses trip to the Dad 2.013 Summit taking place in Houston, Texas January 31.
Dad bloggers who are handy in the kitchen are invited to enter the ReadySetEat Dads’ Cook-Off, sponsored by ConAgra Foods and the Dad 2.0 Summit.
This is a great contest that opposes the myth that men – especially dads – are no good in the kitchen. And four lucky dads will receive a full ride to the Dad 2.0 Summit, happening January 31st, 2013.
One hard-working dad is going to win two tickets to Superbowl XLVI courtesy of the National Center for Fathering.
Here’s the scoop – contestants must show three characteristics of …