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Franklin Flocking Fundraiser! The flamingos are coming back April 26th!

Updated: May 19, 2021

Hey Franklin!

We just spotted some green flamingos flying north and the birds are due in Newton around April 26th. The Franklin Flamingos are back from a warm winter down south and they are excited to spread their wings and see more of our community, so if you are interested in flocking a friend between April 26th and May 17th, then this is your chance.

For $25, you can send 9 green flamingos to roost in another Franklin family's yard for two nights before they fly onto another home. As before, you are welcome to buy flocking insurance if you'd rather not have a visit from our green friends ($15). The birds were wildly popular last fall and the number of lawns they go to are limited!

Also this spring if you would like to REALLY FLOCK your friends, then you can arrange to have all 36 flamingos engulf their yard plus garner a festive Franklin balloon display (everyone with a spring birthday just got really nervous). This Mega Flock is a limited special edition so grab your date now, we are looking for a minimum donation of $100 for this amazing flocking experience!

Want to flock? I want to flock or mega flock my friends, please click here:

Stay the flock away? I Need Anti-Flocking insurance, please click here:

Down to flock? We are looking for some volunteers who want to flock and have some fun in helping the birds navigate to their next house to flock. If you have a few times where you can help us make sure the birds arrive safely, please click here: (it's a secret, so shhhhh!)

*Although you should know, if you happen to get flocked, you are able to buy the top secret information of who the heck flocked you, but until you ask ($10), the flocker's identity will be protected!


Jay Civetti - Head Flocker of The Flocking Committee

Franklin Elementary PTO


We will be updating the Franklin PTO's instagram account (@franklin_pto) with flock sightings! Follow us and tag #franklinflock2021 on your own flock sightings!

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