Although we did not achieve our goal of making and handing out brochures throughout the neighborhood, we succeeded in many more areas than originally anticipated. For example, we had the opportunity to get a page in the yearbook dedicated to our club (unfortunately, we do not have a picture of the yearbook yet as evidence) and we also were able to raise awareness about how our school community can come to our club to get sleep support and make friends at the school-wide Sandy Hook assembly. As these opportunities presented themselves, we made sure to seize the day because we know the chance to advocate about sleep to such a wide audience does not arise all of the time.
The following project planner is accurate except for the event outlined in purple. We utilized the pins and posters we made leading up to the event, successfully documented each activity, stuck with our decision to buy snacks, and maintained equal responsibilities as we signed up for below. (ex: Anna = spokesperson, Catherine = VP, Raina = file manager, etc). Also, the number of guests that we anticipated was as planned, with even more people coming to each successive event.