Limeades for Learning: SONIC Giveaway

My husband is a high school teacher, so any promotion that helps teachers, schools and students peaks my interest! SONIC is beginning a program called “Limeades for Learning” on August 31st which will provide grants to U.S. public school teachers to fund classroom projects by partnering with a wonderful organization called, a National leading non-profit website which helps to fund projects requested by teachers.  This September, SONIC will donate more than a half million dollars to fund classroom materials and inspire learning.


Teachers can register their projects at Limeades for Learning in order to become eligible for the grants from SONIC.  From August 31st through October 1st, each time you purchase a drink from SONIC, it will be specially marked with a unique code that will allow you to vote for your favorite teacher program at Limeades for Learning.  Each week for five weeks, the teacher projects with the most votes will receive funding!  And the giving doesn’t stop there!  Customers that are inspired by a particular teacher project will have the additional opportunity to donate their own money to that project.  From soccer balls to ESL materials, computers to microscopes, these teachers have a mission to teach or youth.  Help support these projects and purchase a SONIC drink today!

SONIC wants to inspire you all to become citizen philanthropists by rewarding TWO lucky Not-So-Blog readers with a $25 SONIC gift card and a $25 giving card.  You will use the SONIC card for yourself and use the giving card to donate towards your favorite teacher project at Limeades for Learning!  It’s a win-win situation!

How to enter:

1. Visit Limeades for Learning and search the teacher projects.  Tell me to which project you would give your $25 giving card.

Additional entries:

1. Blog about this giveaway and link to The Not-So-Blog.

2. Follow me on Twitter (@BridgetteLA) and (@Sonicdrive_in) and Tweet this giveaway. Every time you tweet you get an additional entry! Unlimited! (You must have over 50 Twitter followers to qualify for unlimited entries!)

3. Subscribe to my blog.

4. Become a Fan of The Not-So-Blog on Facebook.

5. Favorite me in Technorati!

Contest ends at 11:59pm CST on September 30th. Prizes not claimed in 72 hours will be forfeited. Open to U.S. Residents only.


  1. I would give my card to More Hands-On = Higher Achievement!

  2. Jennifer Metzler says:

    I’d give my card to All I See Is a Pink Blob! It’d be a great gift! Thanks for the giveaway!

  3. i would choose Don’t Knock Gumby! Claymation Rocks! because art is very important and a lot of schools don’t teach it anymore.

  4. I would give my card Getting Organized in Kindergarten.

  5. I would vote for “Don’t Knock Gumby! Claymation Rocks!”

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  8. more science please is what I would vote on.

  9. I’d choose More Science Please!

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  14. Rebecca Graham says:

    I would give my giving card to Our Class Room Post Office.

  15. Darlene T says:

    More Hands-On = Higher Achievement

  16. I would choose the Please Help Us Eliminate the Desk Monster!. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  17. Tweeted @waystosave

  18. Became a fan on facebook

  19. adrienne Gordon says:

    I choose More Science Please.

  20. Cool giveaway and program from Sonic! The one I liked was called “Touchy Feely Tank”.

  21. I added you as a Technorati Favorite (BigBinder)

  22. I would pick Dream Team Wants to Make a Better Playground.

  23. I would give mine to Handwriting Without Tears!

  24. barbara wright says:

    I would give mine to ABC, You Can Help Us Learn To Read!

  25. barbara wright says:

    I follow both of you and tweeted:

  26. barbara wright says:

    I subscribed with Google Reader

  27. barbara wright says:

    I’m a facebook fan – barbarawr

  28. barbara wright says:

    I faved you on Technorati – barbarawr

  29. Crystal Arcand (3Stairs) says:

    I’d give to the ABC, You Can Help Us Learn To Read! project. I’m all about helping kids develop a love of reading!

  30. I would give it to “All I See Is a Pink Blob!”!

  31. Stephanie Reed says:

    I would vote for the Elementary Writers Workshop for the Critically Ill. 100 votes for this project so far, but it isn’t on the first page. There are several pages to look through.

  32. I would give mine to the Getting Organized in Kindergarten project!

  33. I would give mine to More Science Please!

  34. Snapshots Of Learning: Digital Cameras To The Rescue!!

  35. this is neato: All I See Is a Pink Blob

  36. subscriber

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  38. Time for Kids! Help us learn to read with current events!

  39. I would like to help the More Hands-On = Higher Achievement project.

  40. I would choose the More Hands-On = Higher Achievement!

  41. I would pick the “Dream Team Wants to Make a Better Playground” to donate to.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  42. The Class Room Post Office gets my vote because I know
    how tough it is to have important papers here and there and then
    try to find something you need out of all the scatters.

  43. facebook fan lisa lo

  44. The Ew! Bugs Are Gross! gets my vote!

  45. Having been a school music teacher, I would encourage music in the schools by giving to the recorder consort.

  46. Monique Rizzo says:

    I would give mine to ABC~ Thanks for the chance.

  47. What a neat program. I would give to I Scream, You Scream, We all Scream When I Sing. I think music is important in schools.

    shannipooh (at) gmail (dot) com

  48. Diane Hunn says:

    Sculpt and Paint the town Red! Not enough arts and crafts in schools today Being creative – what a joy!

  49. More Science Please

  50. Deanna Dill says:

    I would choose More Hands on~higher achievement!

  51. paul haddock says:

    More science

  52. Deanna Dill says:

    i subscribe

  53. Deanna Dill says:

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  54. Deanna Dill says:

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  55. Deanna Dill says:
  56. I would donate it to my classroom project that I am getting ready to enter since you informed me of this great opportunity! Thanks a bunch!!!!!

  57. I subscribe!!!!

  58. Hmm, I’d give my card to the Creating Forensic Scientists cause!

  59. Jacob LaFountaine says:

    Giving and Greening for a Better Tomorrow

  60. I woudl give it to the “Oh, The Places They’ll Go!”

  61. Cynthya P says:

    I’d choose “My students need a classroom set of 30 dictionaries.”

  62. Kelly Ann T. says:

    I would give the card to Reading and Listening with Multiple Disabilities

  63. Deanna Dill says:
  64. I would donate my gift card to Books Are the Gifts that Keep On Giving.

  65. Sarah Hirsch says:

    I’d choose “Oh, The Places They’ll Go!”

  66. Guys Read:Snarf Attack, Underfoodle, and the Secret of Life

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  69. “Just the Basics Ma’am (or Sir)” My son just started preschool and I know how desperate the situation is just getting basic supplies for these and other kids. You can’t do much without the basics

  70. I would give mine to More Hands-On = Higher Achievement

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  71. barbara wright says:
  72. I would give the card to the class that needs the basics I know that without these things kids can’t do anything if they don’t have their basic things

  73. following both on twitter and tweeted

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  75. fan on facebook

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  76. fave’d on technorati (peapie)

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  77. I would give it to the Hands On Algebra. I remember in school I just had such a hard time with Algebra and it sounds like a wonderful project.

  78. I am a subscriber by email.

  79. I am a fan on your Facebook.

  80. Lauralee Hensley says:

    I like the searching for knowledge. Dictionaries help provide not only the meaning of words, but also how to spell them. This is a skill that will help the child throughout their entire lives, not just a semester or year.

  81. Lauralee Hensley says:

    I subscribe to your blog. Hey, I love the limeades at Sonic, especially the cherry limeade. This is an excellent program that Sonic is doing.

  82. I like the “you can count on this” project
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  85. sign me up

  86. I’d donate to the “Who Let The Pigs Out?” one!
    Thanks 🙂

  87. I’d give to you can count on this. Great idea!

  88. Definitely More Science!

  89. subscriber

  90. faved you on technorati: carogonza

  91. facebook fan: carolyn gonzalez

  92. Deanna Dill says:
  93. i would donate to DANCE! Dancing: Absolutely Necessary for Children’s Education

  94. Vickie Couturier says:

    ABC, You Can Help Us Learn To Read!

  95. Vickie Couturier says:

    I follow you both on twitter an tweeted; vickiecouturier

  96. Vickie Couturier says:

    I am a subscriber

  97. Vickie Couturier says:

    I am a fan on facebook

  98. Vickie Couturier says:

    I fave on Technorati

  99. Deanna Dill says:
  100. I’d donate it to Captured on Film.

  101. Randy Bailey says:

    I choose 2 donate the card 2 Mrs. y’s classroom[Searching For Knowledge] she needs 30 dictionaries

  102. Deanna Dill says:
  103. Janna Johnson says:

    Captured on Film!

    Thanks for entering me! Great Contest!

    Janna Johnson

  104. barbara wright says:
  105. Hot Dots for Success would be where I would donate my card.

  106. tweeted again

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  107. Deanna Dill says:
  108. barbara wright says:
  109. As a former Science geek, and a gardener, I’d choose
    Mrs. R’s Classroom- Science Experiments for 50 Kids!

  110. I have a project on the site (Help Foster A Love For Learning!), but if I couldn’t use it towards my own project, I’d choose Horseback Riding With Special Needs Students.

  111. I’m a facebook fan (Melissa E.)

  112. I subscribe to your blog.

  113. Deanna Dill says:
  114. captured on film!

  115. barbara wright says:
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  117. I would donate to Shake Your Social Studies.

  118. I’d donate to Mrs. L’s Classroom – Shake Your Social Studies because that was my weakest subject in school.

  119. I would donate it to Mrs. G’s Classroom for Mad Scientist! I may have failed science when I was in school, but I really enjoyed it.

  120. I’d vote for my own project (but we don’t have a Sonic..).
    We Want To Read Please help my kindergarten class.


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  124. barbara wright says:
  125. Deanna Dill says:
  126. Tweet RT @BridgetteLA Limeades for Learning: SONIC Giveaway : Product Reviews by The Experimental Mommy

    Do I need to leave a comment for every tweet??


  127. barbara wright says:
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  131. I would give it to the Art Get Creative with Pre-K

  132. I’m a subscriber

  133. I’m a facebook fan

  134. Faved you on Technorati

  135. Tweet!


  136. Shane Murray says:

    I would give it to Keyboards for Kids! – music was an important part of my education.

  137. Betsy Norris says:

    Thanks for spreading the word about this!

    Please enjoy a drink and vote for my project, to help get high-interest books for reluctant middle school readers in AZ!

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  139. I would give it to Keyboards for Kids

  140. I’d donate to Captured on Film! Thanks

  141. follow on twitter and tweeted

  142. email subscriber

  143. facebook fan as shelly leatham

  144. faved on technorati as sleatham1

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  146. My gift card would go to DANCE! Dancing: Absolutely Necessary for Children’s Education. It’s a shame that the program was eliminated after 20 years!! This is one way children use to express themself.

  147. barbara wright says:
  148. There are so many good and worthy things needed by each of these entries. I will pick Mrs. A’s classroom with their need for math materials…

  149. Talk like a pirate week would be my choice

  150. Deanna Dill says:
  151. Deanna Dill says:
  152. I follow you on Twitter; tweet here

  153. I am subscribed to your blog

  154. I am a fan

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  156. Katherine Gray says:

    I would use my donor’s choice card on Essential Classroom Learning

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  159. Deanna Dill says:
  160. barbara wright says:
  161. I would give mine to DANCE!

  162. Subscriber!

  163. Such a wonderful giveaway!

    I would support “It Is “Ruff” for Some Bulldogs to Make Art” in Missouri… an art therapy program for teens with special challenges. As an artist I know that the scissors, paints and crayons they need will help with their expression and help them feel good about themselves. I can’t think of anything better than that.

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  167. I would give my gift card to the Patriot Perks Cafe project. I think it’s great that Mrs M want to help her autistic students learn how to be independent.

  168. Deanna Dill says:
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  189. Here is the project I would give too!!

  190. Deanna Dill says:
  191. barbara wright says:
  192. This is the project I would give my money to. It’s awesome!!

  193. This is the project I would give my money to. It’s called Hollywood Hypothesis – Lights, Camera, Experiment! It’s awesome!!

  194. I would choose Ms. S from Ridgeland MS -Everybody needs a nook!

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  197. I’d give to “Expanding the Reading Horizons of Special Needs Students”
    and I’d use my sonic card to buy drinks to get codes to vote for it!


  198. I would give to “Walk a Mile in My Shoes”.

  199. I am already a fan of yours on Facebook.

  200. I would give to my project!!! Check it out!! It’s called: We Love Reading Groups!

  201. I am an avid reader, so I would choose A Book for Everyone.

  202. I would give to “Tag You’re Reading!”

  203. barbara wright says:
  204. GIve Kindergarteners the Chance To Read Along.

    If I could vote, I would vote for my favorite project, “Give Kindergarteners the Chance To Read Along”. This is my own project, of course! 🙂 It will fund books for my class of Kindergarteners.

    I don’t live near a Sonic, so I have very little chance to get votes. If I did, I would by Limeades every day, they are yummy!

    Thanks for giving those of us not near Sonics the chance to win a gift card.

    Donna Lacour

  205. Alicia Robertson says:

    I would give to “What’s a school library without shelves”. It is very important to every child’s education to have a library at their disposal. I would spend my sonic $25 card @ sonic to buy more drinks to donate to more schools. This is one of the best programs i’ve come across.

  206. I’d give to the Hungry for More Books! project.

  207. barbara wright says:
  208. I’d give to “What’s a School Library without Shelves?”

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  209. Follow you and sonic and tweeted.

  210. I subscribe via email

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  211. I’m a facebook fan.

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  212. Technorati Favorites (ArmySister)
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  213. I like this one –
    “Photography and Poetry Club” I LIKE THE KIDS JAPANESE ART WORK TOO!


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  215. Lynzie Haywood says:

    I am a reading teacher and am trying to get my own reading project funded so that I can help my students to become better readers!! I have students that love to read but are struggling readers. My project will help these students greatly. Can you imagine being in the 6th grade and not being able to read!! Please help me help my students!!

  216. I would give it to the Drumline need . Music is important to me.

  217. I subscribe.

  218. I faved on tech.


  219. I am a Fan of The Not-So-Blog on Facebook.
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  220. barbara wright says:
  221. Selinda McCumbers says:

    There is only one listed in my county for Ipod accessories for a music class so I would give to that!

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  223. I would give the $25 dollar gift card to a project called Showing Students Electricity. Science sometimes does not get the billing it really needs in schools. In order for students to succeed in our current world, they need to understand how things work.

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  225. I would give it to “Horseback Riding with Special Needs Students” I work in Special Education so it is close to my heart.

  226. I’m following both on Twitter! Here is my Tweet:

  227. barbara wright says:
  228. Share A Chair is the project I pick. Sometimes it’s difficult enough to stay focused at school, even when you have a comfortable place to sit. I can’t imagine how much more difficult it is when you are sitting in a chair that doesn’t fit you. It’s very important to not be distracted when you are trying to learn.

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  229. I follow on twitter and tweeted!

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  230. I subscribe!

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  231. friend/fan on Facebook

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  232. I tweeted!

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  233. This is a great idea you have going and it will go a long way to help further the education of our children.

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  237. Love this program!! I’d vote for my project – Wildcat Book Attack! I’m trying to restart out book club for 2nd and 3rd graders. Kudos to Sonic for supporting education!

  238. barbara wright says:
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  240. Gotta love sonic!!

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  242. barbara wright says:
  243. I would pick, “What do You Know About FAmous Americans?” because I think first graders should be able to read about Americans from all walks of life.

  244. Dee Philpot says:

    Tick Tock– Beat the Timer is the project that I’m trying to get funded. It’s for an elementary school that has an extremely high population of children from families that are below poverty level. I commend this teacher for trying to get help for her students and am amazed that she is the only teacher in my town that has entered the Limeades for Learning program and as far as I can tell, I am the only one voting for her project.

  245. barbara wright says:
  246. i wood pik “Will I Be Able to Travel in Light to the ‘Origin of Color'”

  247. I would donate to “If You Could Only See…”. I think a digital projector is something that would get used every single day in a classroom.

  248. christopher h says:

    i’d want to give to Great American Writers Begin Here

  249. Jean Brazil says:

    I would love it if some of you would use your votes to support my request, “Author, author! We want to be authors!” I teach two groups of special needs students who need these materials to help them develop their writing skills.

  250. I would support Reading for Success, literacy is one of the most important head starts in life I feel that we can give children

  251. Blogged~

  252. I follow you both on Twitter as jessilyn82 and tweeted

  253. I subscribe to your blog

  254. I would choose “my 21st century classroom”. Technology is so important and so hard for low funded charter schools to implement.

  255. I’d donate to the project “On a Roll in AP Physics” Cleveland Sch Sci & Med-Hay Hs.
    They just opened a Sonic near us and I’ve been dying to try them; there’s the perfect excuse to go and also do some good.

  256. I’m a subscriber

  257. Facebook Fan (Michelle Hudak)

  258. Following you both on twitter & I tweeted:

  259. Technorati fav (auntiethesis)

  260. barbara wright says:
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  263. Please delete twee ending in # 4131163367 (it leads to a different site…I guess I was either going too fast or simply not paying attention..I’m sorry!)
    corrected tweet here

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  265. I would give it to Help Us Learn To Read; Help Us Read To Learn!

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  266. Subscribed.

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  267. Facebook Fan – Janet Fri

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  268. I would vote for “News Alert: Bringing Real World News to Students in Fun Ways” because students need to know what is going on in the world around them. Many students are not going to pick up a newspaper and sit down and read it. This project seems to want to bring real news to the students of today in ways that they can understand and learn about it.

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  270. barbara wright says:
  271. I would use the $25 card to help fund my project!! Project title: is Hands on Learning for a Class of Active Boys. We need reading centers to keep little first graders involved!

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  277. Help “Team Greene” Go Green

  278. Nancy LeBlanc says:

    My husband is a teacher also- elementary, and I am a former special education teacher. We live on his teaching salary because our 11 year old daughter has a physical disability and uses a wheelchair, and I have to be home a lot for her. Our 15 year old son’s teacher has two projects listed so this is my favorite of her two. She is at Tara High School (Tara Trojans) in Baton Rouge, LA.

    The Trojan Book Bazaar!
    The best solution to my problem is providing the project supplies to my students. Help my students share their love of reading! Please help empower my students to create amazing presentations.
    The biggest warning former students give my current students: beware of Ms. Alfandre’s projects! Indeed, my projects are usually big, but they are also lots of fun and very educational. I teach 10th grade English in a public school in Louisiana and the majority of my students are low income and have a reading level somewhere between 4th grade and 8th grade. Many of my students have not read a complete novel–cover to cover–in their entire life. Many have only gone to a library when their teacher has taken them. …

    My students need a flip video camcorder, markers, poster boards, craft sticks and glue pens.
    By the way, the kids and I love Sonic’s Happy Hour and I am addicted to Diet Cokes with regular cherry syrup- yes I know it’s extra calories, but like I said- I am addicted!

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  280. I’d donate to We’re Going Buggy in Mrs. W’s classroom

  281. I subscribe via Google Reader

  282. Jennifer Johnson says:

    I would give a $25 to the going buggy project because, I believe it is very important for kids to learn about nature!

  283. Jennifer Johnson says:

    I am a follower! And I tweeted Win a Sonic GC at the not so blog’s Experimental Mommy

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  289. Help Us Build Our Library (Not Our Muscles) is the one I’d pick.

  290. fan on facebook.

  291. I subscribe.

  292. I would give mine to Dictionary Divers project.

  293. barbara wright says:
  294. I’d donate to the “Close the Gender Gap- High-Interest Books for Boys!”. I have a 5 year old boy who has absolutely NO interest in reading. He says all the books are boring. I know he’s not alone. I think this is a great way to get boys more involved in reading!

  295. barbara wright says:
  296. Jon Lefkove says:

    Dictionary Divers project

  297. barbara wright says:
  298. I would give my $$giftcard to the No Outsiders Here project. I think teaching 8th grade would be really difficult! I’m spending my codes on that one!

  299. dictionary divers

  300. I would give to Bookin’It!

  301. Dictionary Divers project

  302. Subscribe!

  303. Kayce Crews says:

    I’d give mine to Lively Literacy Lets Us Learn

  304. Kathy Scott says:

    Dictionary Divers

  305. barbara wright says:
  306. Carla Pullum says:

    I like the I Turn My Camera On Project.

  307. barbara wright says:
  308. I would give my money to
    Mrs. H’s Classroom
    Sonic Votes Cast: 1932

    A Room with a View

  309. Angie Shoemate says:

    The Limeades for Learning is so popular in our area that the Sonic’s have run out of votes on the Route 44 drinks. That must mean Sonic lovers are doing a great job of drinking limeades or other Route 44 drinks to support the program. I made a run to our local Sonic to pick up 7 Route 44 drinks for the teachers to learn how popular this has become in our area! THANKS SONIC!

  310. I’m a subscriber.

  311. I’m a FB fan: Cori Eckstrom Westphal

  312. You are in my Technorati faves: coriwestphal

  313. I would support the Stand Up for Music project 🙂

  314. I subscribe via Google Reader!

  315. barbara wright says:
  316. I would put my $25 toward funding “The Game is Afoot” The Miracle of Reading Mysteries. I grew up devouring mystery novels and I honestly believe it helped me to reach my potential of being a good student. (I graduated with honors.) Great giveaway!

  317. Thanks for the giveaway!…I would love to win… =D

  318. Angela Gaffke says:

    I like the Stand up for Music project.

  319. Rochelle Uhls says:

    Please give the 25 dollar dontion to Mrs.P’s class in scottsville ky.Sh wants new cubbies and hthe ones she has is 35 ears old. She is a GREAT teach and really needs these cubbies.

  320. Shelbie Johnston says:

    I would donate to “The Game is Afoot” The Miracle of Reading Mysteries, ever since I was a child, mysteries have been my choice. Even now, I can’t get enough!

  321. barbara wright says:
  322. Happi Shopr says:

    The Game is Afoot” The Miracle of Reading Mysteries

  323. If lucky enough to be chosen, I would give my DonorsChoose card to Scenic Heights Elementary School in Pensacola, FL — “My physically challenged students need rugs to cushion their seating during indoor and outdoor group activities in our Special Education classroom.”

    Thank you for an inspiring giveaway!!

  324. How do you choose one class over another. That’s a really difficult choice. I think I’d give to the Put a Rug Under our Feet class.

  325. I am going with We’re Going Buggy


  326. Susan Smith says:

    Stand Up for Music project sounds nice

  327. tina reynolds says:

    i would give it to the We’re Going Buggy project thanks for the chance to win

  328. I like Bookin’ It. Thanks

  329. tina reynolds says:

    i subscribe thanks for the chance to win

  330. tina reynolds says:

    i follow on facebook thanks my id is lepaige thanks

  331. tina reynolds says:

    i faved you on technorati thanks

  332. following both on twitter.(ccboobooy) tweeted.

  333. I’m a Fan of The Not-So-Blog on Facebook. charity/ccboobooy

  334. On the Road to Becoming Bully Free because there are such negative effects from bullying in school.

  335. Sharolette Pendergrass says:

    I would support Expresso Yourself because it furthers student learning in reading and writing for older students.

  336. I’d give it to “It’s a Slam Dunk!” in MA.

  337. I would choose the No Outsiders Here project.

  338. I’m a Facebook fan.

  339. I would choose the Let Us Be Creative campaign.They only need basic art supplies.Thanks!

  340. I love hamsters and rats are nifty and I’m autistic so I would most certainly donate to this!!!! :
    “Ms. B’s Classroom
    Sonic Votes Cast: 24

    You can help my classroom of students with autism to learn to take care of another living animal. (Details)

    My classroom for students with autism needs a Critter Nation cage, cage accessories and food for a pair of rats that have been donated to them.”

  341. I’d give to Creative Learning Through Art

  342. It’s A Piano Emergency!

  343. I’d give to Creative Learning Through Art

  344. We’re Going Buggy 🙂

  345. i love limeades thats all i get when i go to sonic i like the pink and the blue ones they are the best ones i am so happy for sonic they should make millions of dollors for limeades i would vote for them eney day sonic you are the best

  346. I would give my $25 to the Super Science Simple Machines project. We need more “out-of-the-box” thinkers and that project will support thinking things through… Thanks!!


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