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Win TobyMac Tickets at the Seahawk Parade
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All decked out in blue & green, sharing Skittles and ready to celebrate our Seattle Seahawks! Come join SPIRIT 105.3 along the parade route leading up to Century Link Field!  

Plus, if you find SPIRIT 105.3 – we will add you into the drawing for TobyMac Concert Tickets (TobyMac is coming to the Key Arena Feb 22nd!)

Can't make it downtown? That’s OK! Tune in all afternoon as Larry Lomax updates us on what he sees – and post your favorite photos on our SPIRIT 105.3 Facebook page.

Details about the parade can be found on the Seahawk Fanpage: http://www.seahawks.com/news/articles/article-1/Seahawks-Announce-Information-for-Victory-Celebration/e7997265-3073-4b12-88f4-30cab131d7e4 

 

Do you have any fun stories to share from your "Big Game" party? Share them in the comments below! 

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  1. Kevin Hawkins posted on 02/11/2014 08:08 PM
    Hi Sarah
    Thanks so much for being the blessing you are on the daytime show! I listen to 105.3 every day and I happened to hear the story you shared today (2/11/14) about your daughter and how you are struggling to stay on top of the weekly reading evaluations you need to do for your daughter's teacher. I have a suggestion. At my church, we have one family with a bunch of kids, and most of the kids struggle with reading. We were encouraged to see last week that one of the youngest is doing great with her reading, her daddy periodically watches her read in order to help her pronounces the words. She is in kindergarten I think. I know that you said your daughter is a great reader, so I was thinking, maybe if you periodically read some parts of her books with her, then she will get excited that you are reading with her, and you will know more of the content of the books so it will take less time to complete the parent reports (we all know as parents how challenging it is sometimes to find the time to participate in our child's school!) You are an awesome mom and thanks for sharing your story! Hope this helps!

    Blessings,
    Kevin Hawkins
    Edmonds, WA
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