Saturday Boredom Busters
February 4, 2012, 12:02 AM
SIOUX FALLS, SD - Share your story about how heart disease has affected your life during the Go Red Connect Casting Call at The Empire Mall.
It starts at 10 am in the Macy's Court.
A camera will record your story with the chance that you may become a Go Red For Women spokesperson.
Meanwhile, Macy's customers who wear red through Sunday will receive a special discount.
Customers not wearing red can get a red dress pin and get a discount by donating $3 to the American Heart Assocation's Go Red For Women movement.
The 2012 Mall Walk at The Empire Mall is a 6-mile fundraising walk to buy toys and equipment for kids at Children's Care Hospital & School.
Mall Walk gets underway at 9 am.
The goal is to raise more than $85-thousand.
Visit the Sioux Empire Pit Rescue dogs waiting for new homes.
Dog Adoption Day is at PetCo in Sioux Falls starting at 1 pm.
All the dogs are spayed/neutered, up-to-date on their shots, are house and crate trained and are micro-chipped.
Northern Plains Boxer Rescue is hosting a Meet & Great at Sioux Falls PetSmart from noon to 3 pm.
Visit some of the available boxers for adoption.
Those who are pre-approved can adopt-out today.
The Mitchell Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting the 19th annual Health & Wellness Fair at Mitchell Christian School.
The fair goes from 8 am to 1 pm and focuses on family health, wellness and nutrition.
There's even a hula-hoop contest for kids and adults.
Mitchell Christian is located at 805 W. 18th Avenue.
Sit down to breakfast and show your support for the Roosevelt High School Band.
A Pancake Feed Fundraiser goes from 8 am to 12:30 pm in the Roosevelt High School Commons.
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