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T-shirts and chocolates!

To avoid stressful situations this summer when your child is participating in park & rec programmes, summer camps, sport clinics, etc... check out the many Blue Bear Aware products that will alert coaches, camp leaders and others to your child's allergies in a clear yet fun manner.
Today, until May 31st, 2012 receive 40% off all Blue Bear Aware T-shirts! Use the code sunnyday in the coupon box at the check-out page to receive your savings.

As the school year is coming to an end.... are you running out of ideas for the lunch-box, family picnic or party favours? We have Zoo Animal chocolates and Chocolate Dinosaurs that are peanut, nut, dairy and egg free and are produced in a peanut free facility, yum!


Also, there is still time to submit an entry form for Blue Bear aware's 'Colour to celebrate Allergy Awareness!'

What Allergy Awareness Message Do YOU Want to Share?

For more information or an entry form, please contact Elizabeth at info@bluebearaware.com.
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Food Allergy Week

Wear an Allergy Alert Alert Tee in support of Food Allergy Awareness Week. They are availble for $4.97 at http://www.bluebearaware.com/On_Sale_Items_s/54.htm
Raise allergy awareness and intiate the conversation in your community!

Blue Bear Aware Colouring Contest

Blue Bear Aware Colouring Contest

May is Allergy Awareness and What Allergy Awareness Message do you Want to Share?
This contest is open to children 12 and under. Deadline is May 31, 2012 and the winning picture(s) will be posted in June.
Prizes will be awarded for Creativity/Presentation and Allergy Awareness.
Good Luck!

For a colouring contest entry form (as we are not able to upload an entry form onto the blog) or more info, please conatct Elizabeth at info@bluebearaware.com

The Sabrina Shannon Memorial Award

Anaphylaxis Canada is accepting applications for the third annual Sabrina Shannon Memorial Award. Two awards of $1,000 each will be granted: one to a stude...nt who is entering the first year of post-secondary education, and one to a student who is already enrolled in a post-secondary program. Our selection will be based on a 500-1500 word essay describing the applicant’s efforts to raise awareness about severe allergies and anaphylaxis in their school or wider community. Download an application form at Anaphylaxis Canada’s youth website: http://www.whyriskit.ca/. The deadline for application is June 22, 2012.

Best of luck with your submission.