How Shreveport Plans to Honor Betty White on January 17th
I will forever remember where I was when I was told that Betty White had died. I went to grab lunch at Torchy's and I was sitting at the bar when I heard a fellow bar goer say "No not Betty White!". Before I realized it, we all were searching "Betty White death hoax" trying to convince ourselves that America's sweetheart had not passed away.
Unfortunately for many of us, we won't see the hilarity of Betty White on the big screen anymore, well we will only be able to see reruns of the epicness she has already done.
Betty White was going to turn 100 years old on January 17th, it was such a big deal that many people had planned to watch the film, "Betty White: 100 Years Young", which will play at select theaters on January 17, 2021. Producers still plan to play the film and this is such a great way to celebrate the life that Betty White lived.
Did You Know That Betty White Was Obsessed With Animals?
Because of her obsession, there has been an idea tossed around the internet and it looks like a lot of people want in on this.
January 17th Will Be Betty White Day
Okay, maybe it isn't official or anything, but we don't need a declaration from a governor or mayor to make it happen. How do celebrate Betty White Day?
Donate to a Local Animal Shelter or Animal Rescue in Betty White's Name
Several Betty White fans want to donate to a cause that Betty was passionate about. Betty White's love for all animals knew no bounds and she was always jumping in on projects that helped animal shelters and animal rescues.
How Can We Honor Betty White in Shreveport-Bossier?
Pick a local animal rescue group or an animal shelter and donate on January 17th, many people plan to donate $100 since Betty White was supposed to turn 100.