Worth ROCKS! was created after a few moms followed several FB post about kids looking for rocks in some of our local communities and they decided to successfully start this group. They realized they could easily do this in our hometown of Sylvester, GA and have fun with it for adults and kids. Rock hunting has exploded in many local communities! All you have to do is find some rocks and some painting supplies and get creative! This is surprisingly fun for ALL ages young and older. Need inspiration? Search “rock painting” on Pinterest or Google Images to find lots of rock painting ideas. Artwork that is PG rated is appreciated as kids love to look for and find the hidden rocks. On the back of your artwork write @WORTHROCKS or Post to the Worth Rocks FB. You can also put the year, your initials etc. (Totally up to you if you want to put your initials) Once you’re done painting your rock, its recommended to seal it before hiding it to protect your art from the elements. We would love for you to post pictures of your painted rocks before you hide them, or when you find them. If you find a painted rock from our group you can either keep it or re-hide it for someone else to find. If you decide to keep a rock, you are encouraged to hide a new rock somewhere in its place. The goal is to get lots of people all across our communities painting so that there are lots of rocks to be found out there. You might find yourself rediscovering parts of our community you haven’t appreciated in a while. We even encourage you to take your rocks with you on vacation! It will be interesting to see how far the rocks travel! There are so many different organizations in town, and I can imagine each group hiding rock(s) for others to find. Feel free to include your painted logo on a rock. Get out and ENJOY yourself! Add any of your friends to the FB group who would be interested in doing this and share the link to this group on your personal FB page. A few tips: Please be careful where you hide your rocks so that they don’t cause any damage to property (i.e. Don’t hide in the grass where it can damage a lawn mower or hurt someone). Don’t steal rocks from private property or from someone’s landscaping. Don’t trespass. Ask business owners before you put any rocks in or around their business. Please always get permission! NEVER walk into a business and hide a rock! This group is going to get VERY ACTIVE, so, you may want to modify notifications in your settings if you don’t want to be constantly notified of all new posts. Get together in groups for painting parties to make this even more fun! Girl Scout activity? Birthday party activity? BBQ? Child care activity? Adults and a bottle of wine activity?!! And post your activity! Make it as fun and as memorable painting them, as it will be finding them! Painted rocks reflect the opinions, attitudes, and creative expression of the individual artists, and not those of the page admin. We cannot be held responsible for you being offended. Please invite as many of your FB friends to the group as you can. Share it on your page and ask others to share it as well. Post a link to the group to any interested community groups in the area (mommy groups, art groups, city news or activity groups, etc). Painting Rocks Tips: A few helpful tips for those of you who want to join in on the fun, and paint and hide your own rock creations! Use regular acrylic paints, Wal-mart paints are cheap and work well! We also have Michaels and Hobby Lobby. Use paint markers for finer detail. Use UV resistant clear sealer, can be found by the spray paint aisle at Walmart! Mod podge works as well ( outdoor use) Make sure paint is dry before sealing, if using sharpies or ink , sometimes they will run, when sealed! Feel free to join the #Tiftonrocks #Warnerrobinsrocks or any of the other Facebook pages, you may find, to get some fabulous ideas. Hope this helps, and feel free to add any tips you might have to the page!

Cow Appreciation Day 2017

We are constantly talking about the days that are out there to celebrate. Well here comes one on Tuesday. I am excited about it too. Cow Appreciation Day is Tuesday, July 11, 2017 from restaurant opening until 7 p.m. Many people ask “What is Cow Appreciation Day?” Cow Appreciation Day is Chick-fil-A’s largest, single-day customer appreciation event and celebrates the quick service chain’s iconic “Eat Mor Chikin”™ Cows. Chick-fil-A began celebrating Cow Appreciation Day in 2005 and participation has grown each year, as Chick-fil-A has expanded across the country. This year marks the 13th annual Cow Appreciation Day. You may ask if everything on the menu is included? Entrées that can be redeemed are Breakfast Entrée includes: Egg White Grill, Chick-fil-A® Chicken Biscuit, Chick-fil-A® Spicy, Chicken Biscuit, Sausage Biscuit, Chick-n-Minis™ (3 or 4-count), Chicken or Sausage Breakfast Burrito, Chicken or Sausage, Egg, and Cheese Bagel, Bacon or Sausage, Egg, and Cheese Biscuit, Greek Yogurt Parfait and Fruit Cup (any size). Lunch/Dinner Entrée includes: Smokehouse BBQ Bacon Sandwich, Chick-fil-A® Chicken Sandwich, Chick-fil-A® Chicken Deluxe Sandwich, Chick-fil-A® Spicy Chicken Sandwich, Chick-fil-A® Spicy Chicken Deluxe Sandwich, Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Grilled Chicken Club Sandwich, Grilled Chicken Cool Wrap®, Chick-fil-A® Nuggets (8 or 12-count), Chick-fil-A® Grilled Nuggets (8- or 12-count), Chicken Salad Sandwich; Chick-n-Strips™ (3 or 4-count), Small hand-spun milkshake (Operator discretion), Small Iced Coffee, Small Frosted Coffee or Small Frosted Lemonade. Kid’s Meal: Chick-n-Strips (1 or 2-count) Kid’s Meal, Chick-fil-A® Nuggets (4 or 6-count) Kid’s Meal or Grilled Nugget (4 or 6-count) Kid’s Meal. You don’t have to dress in a full cow costume. Customers who arrive wearing any sort of cow apparel will receive one free entrée. However everyone would love to see those dressed in the cow costumes. In the past, a full meal was given instead of just an entrée but you had to be completely dressed in a cow costume so this year they simplified the reward. In order to make the experience more consistent for all customers, anyone wearing anything cow-like will receive one free entrée. Children wearing anything cow-like will receive a free Kid’s Meal. I have had some friends ask where they can get a cow costume. There are some great ideas on the website, CowAppreciationDay.com. And last but not least in order to simplify the experience for both customers and Chick-fil-A team members, entrée salads will no longer be available to redeem as part of Cow Appreciation Day. They hope you’ll try a different menu item, such as our Grilled Chicken Cool Wrap, instead. So everyone get your cow accessories ready and visit your nearest Chick Fil A.