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How to Make a Teen’s Summer Fun (even though they’re “too old” for fun stuff)

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No more going to daycare or hanging out in the front yard playing with our friends…no, my teen is “too old” to have fun like a little kid (his words, not mine). So, I came up with a simple plan for How to Make a Teen’s Summer Fun (even though they’re “too old” for fun stuff). So far, this is working like a charm. Heh.

How to Make a Teen’s Summer Fun

My son is really into the idea of mowing lawns to donate money to help other kids in our community this summer. Just by making small donations at MilkLife.com (as little as $5), children who need it most can get a highly desired and nutrient-rich gallon of fresh milk. He’s stoked about being a part of helping kids in need get the glass of milk they need and are missing because they’re not in school. And I’m stoked because the Great American Milk Drive has provided more than 12 million servings of milk to families across the country. It’s definitely a cool, collaborative effort between Feeding America, America’s dairy farmers and milk companies, that I’m proud my teen wants to be a part of–even if I did have to challenge him in a little bet…

Do you have any other suggestions for How to Make a Teen’s Summer Fun (even though they’re “too old” for fun stuff)? Drop me a line in the comments, below to let me know what else I can do to make my teen not hate this summer-thing. LOL!

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Oh, AND, be sure to share this post…because, for each share of Great American Milk Drive “Feed A Childhood” content (like this post) with the hashtag #milkdrive via Facebook and Twitter between 6/1/16 – 6/30/16, The Great American Milk Drive will contribute $1 to the Feeding America® network for the purchase of fluid milk, up to a maximum total donation of $5,000. So, you can totally do good just by tweeting this or sharing on Facebook (and I even have convenient buttons for that, so SHARE AWAY!

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