Makes Cents


The Woodlands Children’s Museum (4775 W. Panther Creek, Ste. 280) is giving away a year’s worth of free Whataburger–if the price is right. From now through November 1, in commemoration of the 110th anniversary of the United States’ Lincoln penny, the museum is accepting donations of pennies with the goal of reaching one million of the little things. For each donation, guests will receive one entry into the drawing for free Whataburger, and also take home a coupon for a free item at an area restaurant. “We’re grateful for the support of so many area businesses and restaurants, and the proceeds will help support programs and exhibits at the museum,” said Executive Director Angela Colton. “This is truly a chance to see that a ‘penny saved is a penny earned.’”  For more, head to WoodlandsChildrensMuseum.org

COURTESY: Susan Love Fitts, PHOTO: The Woodlands Children’s Museum

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