Grateful Days donates Savannah Bee products and bohemian gifts to Silent Auction

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Bohemian Gift company Grateful Days donated this Savannah Bee gift basket to ConnectAbility’s Thanksgiving Banquet and Silent Auction.

Grateful Days was honored to participate in ConnectAbility’s 5th annual Thanksgiving Banquet & Silent Auction held Friday, Nov. 13, 2016.

Local bohemian clothing donated by several Dahlonega homemade gift merchants

So many local Dahlonega businesses helped to make this event a success. Held at the Lumpkin County Parks and Recreation Center, the event was a potluck where every attendee contributed to a delicious dinner of traditional and non-traditional Thanksgiving goodies such as turkey and dressing, cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie and delicious desserts.

The bohemian gifts we donated to ConnectAbility

For this year’s annual ConnectAbility Thanksgiving Banquet and Silent Auction, Grateful Days donated a couple of its fabulous bohemian gifts to a great cause: a Savannah Bee Company gift basket with honey, lotions, body wash, soap and a coffee mug (value $75); and a Mona B up-cycled canvas tote bag made from genuine leather and recycled military canvas (value $65).
“I am truly thankful that my family and I were able to attend the Thanksgiving dinner and enjoy the company of so many happy faces. ConnectAbility is a wonderful organization committed to providing the highest quality community support to families affected by disability,” said Grateful Days owner Susan Garrick.

ConnectAbility supports people with disabilities in Dahlonega

ConnectAbility 501(c)3 not for profit organization that offers support for Dahlonega families affected by disability by providing programs for every family member including parents, siblings and extended family as well as the individuals with disabilities.

Grateful Days supports SEEK and ConnectAbility

Grateful Days partners with University of North Georgia’s SEEK program – Students Encouraging Exceptional Kids – which aids in ConnectAbility’s local program efforts throughout the community. Members of SEEK, for example, take ConnectAbility kids to Yahoola Creek Park’s disability-friendly playground for a day of outdoor fun and healthy sunshine. Grateful Days hosts events for SEEK as well as uses proceeds to fund SEEK initiatives.

About Grateful Days – Bohemian Gifts and Clothing Company

Grateful Days is a bohemian clothing and gift store located just off the historic Dahlonega Square in the UNG campus bookstore building near Starbucks. Grateful Days sells a wide variety of Dahlonega homemade gifts, bohemian clothing, local soaps, homemade Ty die, boho fashion, and so much more. For more information, check out our website at or give us a call at 706-867-4836.

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