Share the Story of a #GoodEgg You Know with Egg Farmers of Canada-Giveaway

We all know somebody that’s just an all-around great person. Living in a small town, there’s no shortage of kind and caring people in my life, but my neighbours Bill and Joan are two of those people that just stand out as being wonderful. They’re always willing to help out others and often go out of their way to make a person’s day a little brighter. For example, every Halloween they make special treat bags filled with toys and candy especially for Zackary and Benjamin. There’s no doubt that they’re Good Eggs!

Egg Farmers of Canada is celebrating other Good Eggs around the country this month and sharing their stories. One #GoodEgg they know is Wendy Burns. The Burns family are 7th generation egg farmers from Prince Edward Island. Wendy and her husband Nathan take great pride in producing fresh, local high-quality eggs for their community. With four children – Mallory, Kendall, Mitchell and Shelby, there is always something going on at the Burns farm!

Do you have a #GoodEgg in your life? Egg Farmers of Canada wants to hear about him or her and you could win a fabulous prize just for sharing! One lucky Mommy Kat and Kids reader is going to win a fun-filled Egg Farmers of Canada prize pack containing fun cooking tools, Egg Farmers of Canada merchandise and a $50 grocery gift card! To enter to win, just leave a blog comment about a Good Egg that you know.

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Eggs really are about as good as it gets when it comes to healthy eating, with 14 key nutrients and the highest quality protein you can buy. So celebrate the goodness of eggs this month and the Good Eggs in your life by sharing your story for a chance to win an eggs-traordinary gift basket. Use it to earn the status of a Good Egg too by whipping up a few treats for friends!
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  1. My sister is the best “Good Egg” I know. Firstly, many years ago, when my nieces were little, had a hard time saying her name, Olga, and would call her Eggo, which got shortened to Egg….She is the one in our family that remembers everyone’s birthdays, special events and occasions and does something thoughtful for those times. She is an amazing baker and very often sends over some delectables for my family. In fact, when I come home from visiting my sister, the first question when I walk in the door is ” Did you bring any treats from Aunt O’s? She is my confidante, my friend and the best Egg anyone could know!

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