Friday, December 23, 2011

Thank You, Casper.......

Well, it looks like Santa made it in right before closing cuz he knew Debbie and Penny still hadn't told him what they wanted for Christmas......wait a second, is Santa wearing shorts? LOL
Well, another holiday season has come and gone- it sure flew right by! You can always check our blog here for current updates throughout the year about the store, new members, etc. We may not have any new info to update you with early in spring and summer, but closer to fall you will probably see more action on here.....
That being said......all of us girls here at 12 Days store want to thank all our faithful shoppers for their support over the years (and new customers we've met along the way as well!) for yet another wonderful year of business. Your business is sincerely appreciated because we know there are many choices here in Casper and we are thrilled you choose to come do business with our little store. Without all of YOU we ladies could not continue on with this holiday tradition and doing what we love! And we look forward to many more in the years to come.......Until next year ~ wishing you and yours a very Blessed Christmas and New Year! 

Saturday, November 12, 2011

The 2011 Holiday Season Has Begun...

Our doors are open for the 2011 Holiday shopping season.......We are open daily thru December 23rd.....Come On In!

Our charity this year is the Natrona County School District #1 Homeless Student Program. We are selling ornaments on our charity tree and/or you may purchase raffle tickets for a chance at winning a gift basket filled with over $175 in store merchandise, 100% of the proceeds from both will benefit this cause... 

In 1999 the Natrona County School District #1 started the Homeless Student Program. The NCSD #1 Homeless Program is able to provide a variety of services to homeless students identified in grades Pre-K to 12. The program goal is to provide services that will allow the student to have academic success despite their current living situation.

A student is identified as homeless when they are:
-Living in a shelter (Seton House, Rescue Mission, Life Steps, Self Help)
-Living in a car
-Living in a campground
-Living in a motel
-Doubled up

Did you know that this program identifies approximately 300 homeless students per school year in Natrona County?

Please contact Greta Hinderliter at (307) 253-4337 if you or your staff has identified or suspect that a student is homeless....

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Our 12 Days Store....looking back on the 2010 Christmas Season

Below is a slideshow of our store before we opened the doors for the 2010 Christmas shopping season......more inventory was added after these were taken. Enjoy!