Club Fundraiser

On May 7th the SCMoMS club held their first annual garage sale. Thank you to Denise Thaller, for use of her home and neighborhood. All members were invited to come and sell personal items. The cost was $10 for the table space and then any money the member made over that, was their to keep. We also held a bake sale with the proceedings to go to the Children’s Home Society which is the charity the Florida Organization of Mothers of Twins Clubs (FOMOTC) will be donating to. The bake sale raised $37.50. It was a fun and profitable day!

March for Babies

On April 30th, a team representing SCMoM participated in the March for Babies. The team raised funds for the March of Dimes while enjoying a beautiful day with friends and family. The March of Dimes mission to help premature babies is one that hits close to home since multiples have a higher risk of being born early. We are looking forward to next year’s walk at its new beach location.

Escape Zone 

On April 14, the SCMOM banded together to solve a murder! We went to the Escape Zone and worked together to solve the crime in 45 minutes! Afterward, like any good detectives, we celebrated at Bennigan’s.

Fire Station Tour

On one of our more recent play dates the Brevard County Fire and Rescue hosted a tour of their station.  The kids had a blast learning about fire engines and meeting real-life fire fighters and first responders. 




Couples’ Night Out

In celebration of Valentines Day, the SCMOM club hosted a relaxing night out fundraiser to include dads as well. Twin parents had a chance to get creative, bond and make new friends. Thank you again to Dove Yepes for bringing out the artist in us all!

Check out our FaceBook page for information on our upcoming yard sale fundraiser in May.  If you’re needing to purge, want to make some extra cash and help raise money for the club, this is right up your alley!

Green Meadows Farm

Earlier in October SCMOM families met at Green Meadows in Kissimmee to enjoy a tour around the farm.  We had a fun day learning to milk cows, having hands on experiences with goats, sheep and chickens, riding ponies as well as riding on the farm’s train.   Afterwards we had a picnic lunch and the kids got to leave with their very own pumpkins.