On March 31st, we celebrate crayons because it’s National Crayon Day!
If your kids have broken crayons, the wrapper is peeled off, what do you do with them? If you’re throwing them away, the Christensen’s from Eagan say “Stop right now!”
That’s because they say a crayon can change someone’s life. Twin Cities Live reporter Kelli Hanson stopped by their garage, a.k.a their Crayon Factory to find out how crayons are making a difference right here in our community.
To learn more about Crayons for Cancer, click here.