Last year, one of my 3-Day teammates made these cute headbands. They have crystals in the inside, so you just soak this in water, pop it in the freezer, and then take it along for a long walk in hot weather. Nice to wear along your neck or as a headband. You also can press it along a pressure point (wrists, etc.) for increased coolage.

Update: A commenter was kind enough to let me know I hadn't remembered where our team got these items. Apparently, the Cooldannas were kindly donated by www.zanheadgear.com. Looking at the Web site, I see there's no need to freeze the bandana; simply soak it in cold water for 10 minutes to activate the crystals.

Whew! And after this, there will only be two more weeks of giveaways. Unless more giveaway items magically appear as clutter in my closet :)

But the rules remain the same:

- Leave one (and only one) comment here. If you comment on the Bubbles for Boobies fundraiser post, that will count as an entry, too.
- If you tweet about this week's Friday FundRAISER post go ahead and enter again in the comments section here. 

Example: Check out http://bit.ly/b5vK72 for advice on hosting a Bubbles for Boobies party to raise money for breast cancer research

- If you post about this give-away/fundraising tip on your blog, do the same and enter again in the comments section here.
- The giveaway will be open until next Friday. Then, I'll use a random number generator to pick a winner and post another giveaway. Make sure to leave an e-mail address or some other way for me to get ahold of you if you win. 
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4 Responses
  1. Neat! I would love to win!

  2. Kinley's Mom Says:

    I wouldn't mind winning this, but even better yet...can you tell me what kind of crystals she used in it? I'd love to make matching ones for my teammates this year.

  3. Pamela Croft Says:

    Would LOVE one of these! I am walking this year in Seattle for the 4th time and the BEST thing is that my 16-yr old daughter is walking WITH ME! : )

    You can get ahold of me at sonshiney@Msn.com.


  4. Anonymous Says:

    www.zanheadgear.com was so kind to donate this if memory serves :o) Their website should have more info on where to buy these and what kinds of crystals they used.