Monday, October 26, 2009

New Leader

Mrs. Fogle's Kindergarten class is currently in the lead with Mrs. Eubanks' 1st grade class in second. Keep up the good work, Arbor Springs. So far, we have collected over 270 pairs of shoes!

Shoe collection ends on Friday!
Together, we can make a tremendous difference!!

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Shoe Tally 10/14/2009

1. Mrs. Eubanks's class is still in the lead with a total of 21 pairs of shoes.
2. Ms. Norman's class- 8 pairs.
3. Ms. Burdette's class 7 pairs.
4. Ms. Slaton's class 6 pairs.
5. Ms. Coggin's, Ms. Householder's and Mrs. Donaldson's class all have 5 pairs.
6. Ms. Travis' class 4 pairs.
7. Ms. Shaw's class 3 pairs.
8.Ms. Barthlow and Ms. Fogle's class 2 pairs.
9. Ms. Tarleton's and Ms. Brinkley's class 1 pair each.

Good job, Arbor Springs!!

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Shoe Tally as of 10.8.2009

Mrs. Eubanks' class is in the lead with a total of 20 shoes! Great job! We have a tie for second place- Mrs. Travis' and Ms. Slaton's class are tied with 4 shoes each. Thank you to everybody who has participated so far, keep up the good work!

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Day One

It is day one of Arbor Springs' Sole to Soul shoe drive and Mrs. Eubanks' 1st grade class has already collected 9 pairs of shoes. Great job boys and girls! Check back on Thursday for a new tally. Good luck!
Donate a pair of shoes and change a life.

Friday, October 2, 2009

Shoe Tally

Check back often for our weekly count. The class that collects the most shoes at the end of the month will receive a way cool cupcake party!

Shoe Drive

Did you know that some 300 million individuals are completely without shoes? Many of these individuals have to walk miles to school or work. Doing so without shoes puts these individuals at a great risk of infection and disease.

What can you do to help? It is easy- ask your friends, family and neighbors for their old sneakers. Rather than throw them away, donate the shoes to a person in need.

We accept all sizes and in all conditions- no shoe is too smelly or too large. Shoes need to have a rubber sole to be accepted. Shoes that are brought in but cannot be donated to One World Running will be donated to the Salvation Army.

*Image from