Back To School: Win Lunch System with Qlubb

CONTESTS, PRODUCTS | | August 26, 2009 at 9:53 pm

Qlubb Lunch Systems

*** Contest Closed ***

Congratulations Tracy

A free online service, Qlubb, helps parents organize and coordinate their children’s activities and groups.  It has online sign-up sheets, shared calendaring, etc. and has over 20,000 members who are using Qlubb to organize everything from parent-teacher-associations to room parenting to scout troops to youth sports. Qlubb makes it much easier and frees up time for children –  no more coordinating volunteers, phone calls, email back-and-forth, document versioning, attachments, and reminders etc.

It is Back-to-School season and MommyNiri reader’s can Win a Qlubb t-shirt and a ecofriendly lunch system. The lunch system is green – no pthalates, no BPA plastic, no lead, etc…

1) the Qlubb home page – each group gets their own URL, their own virtual bulletin board.  This is a screen shot of what it looks like.

Qlubb Home Page
2) The event page – this is the page that describes the event and shows the online sign-up sheet and integrated RSVP

3) The photo page – this shows the photo sharing section


Want to win the Lunch System?


The contest closes on the September 8th, 2009. The winner will be chosen by

Share your experiences in organizing group actvites or tools that you have used (”count me in” type comments will not count). Make sure that you enter the correct contact details. To earn extra entries, after you have left a comment, do one of the following, but make sure you leave a separate comment entry for each extra thing you do. This gives you additional ways to win the contest:

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  • Follow @MommyNiri on twitter and tweet about this contest with hashtag #mommyniricontest and leave a comment that you did so. People with no followers do not count. For example : @mommyniri Win Qlubb Lunch System at #mommyniricontest
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    Vickie Couturier says:

    I have a huge dry erase board where I put all monthly activites on it so everyone can see whats to happen during the month,an I have a carry organizer that i write in all the time to keep up with everything


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    Vickie Couturier says:

    I am a fan on facebook,vickiecouturier Tennessee

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    Vickie Couturier says:

    I am a subscriber

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    Vickie Couturier says:

    I follow on twitter an tweeted;vickiecouturier

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    Janna McNeil says:

    I don’t really have a set method for organizing my children’s activities. Mostly party invitations, class schedules get put on the fridge and written down on the calendar. Qlubb looks like a great solution.

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    Janna McNeil says:

    I am a fan on Facebook.

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    Janna McNeil says:

    I am a blog subscriber.

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    amy warren says:

    i am still searching for the perfect way to organize 3 kids and countless meetings/lessons/classes. this qlubb looks like it may finally be what i am looking for! thanks for the info!

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    amy warren says:

    i subscribe.

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    Carol Buza says:

    I don’t use anything to organize my kids’ activities either; we usually just run from place to place!

    It would be really nice to have some organization.. :)

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    Carol Buza says:

    I followed you on Twitter, and tweeted the contest.

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    Carol Buza says:

    I’m a fan on Facebook.

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    Abby says:

    The best system I have is our family dinner where we discuss each evening the events for the next day.

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    Mona says:

    That’s a super cool website! Great way to organize everyone’s activities in a paperless and accessible-from-anywhere fashion!!

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    Mona says:

    Facebook fan

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    Margaret Smith says:

    I find that my best help in organizes activities is my calendar. I make sure to mark down everything. Thanks so much.

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    Margaret Smith says:

    I’m a subscriber.

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    Oppo R. says:

    Very cool site. And I like the promotion — cool lunch bag and eco-friendly…

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    susan varney says:

    keeping everything on a family calendar is handy

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    Elizabeth says:

    I have always used a calendar that was sectioned off for each member of the family. I can look at it daily and see what is going on for that day.

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    Elizabeth says:

    I subscribe

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    Stephanie V says:

    I use my datebook as the master and tell the kids the night before what the next day holds. If I am organizing an event, though, I use evite a lot.
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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    Christine says:

    I have not really used any organizational tools in the past but I just bought a mom agenda so I am going to start keeping better track of things! Thanks for the chance.

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    Christine says:

    I am a facebook fan
    Christine Wember

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    Christine says:

    I am a facebook blog follower
    Christine Wember

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    Christine says:

    I am an email subscriber

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    Theresa Shafer says:

    I have not needed to organize group activates. The only tools I have used for dates is the calendar in my blackberry. It lets me know if I have conflicting appointments.

    I also use my blackberry to carry books, so I can read when I have a few minutes.

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    Theresa Shafer says:

    Fanbook fan Mommy Niri

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    Michelle Draveski says:

    we have a dry erase board on the fridge for the older kids and younger ones I keep in my cell phone calander

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    Tari Lawson says:

    I used to organize group activities for a local MOMS Club. I would call around to different places I thought would be of interest to the moms and kids and arrange tours. We had a lot of fun touring bakeries, pizza shops, nature centers, pet stores, you name it, we toured it.

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    Carol says:

    I use a big calendar with color-coordianated markers for each child. It hangs across the entire upper half of our refrigerator. If the house was on fire, I’d grab that first! lol

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    Carol says:

    I follow on Twitter (cdziuba) and tweeted

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    Carol says:

    Facebook fan Carol P Dziuba

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    Carol says:

    Follow Mommy Niri’s blog on facebook Carol P Dziuba

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    Madeliene says:

    I really like using for party ideas because they cover everything from food to decorations to party favors. Thanks!

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    Madeliene says:

    I subscribe by e-mail.

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    Denise B. says:

    We don’t do anything extra. We homeschool, and there is already a set schedule with the curriculum. Everything else in our day to day life just comes when we make a decision to do something or go somewhere. We don’t like to have our lives preset.

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    paul haddock says:

    Wow what a great item. I brown bag so this would be great

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    Monique Rizzo says:

    We plan the meals for the whole week and post them on the fridge. Thanks for the chance.

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    Kelly Ann T. says:

    My day planner is my life. I have everything written down and I check it often. I have to be organized if I’m going to be successful.

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    Meghan says:

    I wish I had some tips. I’ve actually been looking for something that could coordinate all my family’s schedules. I wonder if this will work. Otherwise, I’m just an email addict. I don’t even use Facebook. Oh, I do use eVite. That’s definitely useful.

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    Annmarie W. says:

    Wow! Qlubb would definitely make my organizing our Girl Scout troop’s cookie sale much easier. Instead of having to email each parent and/or trying to reach them on the phone. Everyone could have all the same info at their fingertips!

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    Annmarie W. says:

    I’m a facebook fan! (Annmarie Dipasqua Weeks)

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    Annmarie W. says:

    I follow you on Facebook’s Networked blogs! (Annmarie DIpasqua Weeks)

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    Annmarie W. says:

    I subscribe!

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    Annmarie W. says:

    I follow on twitter & tweeted!

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    barbara wright says:

    I’m really lucky. Most of the parents in my kids’ classes have email, so whenever there is an event at the school, I send out an email with all the things I need. Within 24 hours, I always have more offers of everything than we need!

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    barbara wright says:

    I became a facebook fan – barbarawr

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    barbara wright says:

    I THINK I’m following your blog on Facebook – when I tried to do it again, I got a message that I was already following your blog… but the sidebar still has the button for “become a fan”, so I’m not sure if I really am or if I’m not.

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    barbara wright says:

    I follow you on twitter and tweeted:

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    Rosey says:

    There was not one dad who would stand up and lead my oldest son’s Boy Scouts troop, so I did…and I made the best of it by researching and talking to other dads, and my husband, to see what boys best like to do in groups. It was fun, but I sure wish a dad would have done it; that’s a lifetime experience and boys need responsible men to bond with too.

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    Jeff Heyer says:

    E-Mail is an invaluable tool for organizing group activities when used properly – #1 rule is to use free software to convert all attachments (e.g., Excel, Word, etc.) into a PDF format so everyone can open them without special software; Newer tools like are really catching on as well

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    Melissa Barnes says:

    I have been the coordinator of family events, room mom events and girls night out. I always like to use email and texting as the main course of communicating and getting all things coordinated.

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    Melissa Barnes says:

    fan on facebook as melissa barnes

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    Melissa Barnes says:

    follow your blog on network blogs through facebook

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    Melissa Barnes says:

    email subscriber

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    Melissa Barnes says:

    follow on twitter as lovinmykiddos and tweeted

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    Kimmie F says:

    One tool I use in organizing group activities is using Evite. It is a great tool.

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    Kimberly says:

    Evites are the best way to organize group activities that I have found. It’s quick, free, and eco friendly!

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    Courtney says:

    I’m a big fan of spreadsheets! And color-coding! I’m a dork like that :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Courtney says:

    I’m a fan on facebook (courtney c)

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    vicki wurgler says:

    I use e-mail for our church groups-its fast and I usually get great results

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    Sarah Z says:

    I have an initial to do list that everyone agrees to with dates assigned to each to do. Then we check them off as we complete them!

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    DeniseEPL says:

    I have never used a website for coordinating group activities but this site looks perfect for Girls Scouts because we have so many events and outtings! Great resource.

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    Kim H. says:

    I’ve organized play groups with kids focusing on gross motor skills. I set up an obstacle course with rubber “stepping stones”, through a parachute tunnel, and rolling down a large wedge.

    Other tools that I’ve used are physioballs, trampolines, and balance beams.


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    Kerrie Mayans says:

    I have found that most of the mom’s in my daughter’s class don’t check online as often as me so things like this or evite don’t work so well for them. However, most of the mom’s in my son’s class are online and we cureently have a special facebook group for his class but soemthing like this would probably work alot better for us.

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    Kerrie Mayans says:

    I follow on twitter adn I tweeted

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    Leann S says:

    I keep organized in my classroom by using checklists that I have made and printed out to use each year.

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    LAura DeLuca says:

    I’m a very disorganized person but I’ve found that keeping a schedule of everything me and the kids have to do during the week posted in the fridge is the only way I can keep track

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    LAura DeLuca says:

    fan on facebook

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    LAura DeLuca says:

    email subscriber

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    Laura says:

    I am a Facebook Fan!

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    Laura Klawitter says:

    I print out calendar pages for me and my fiance, highlighting all the stuff we have going on for the week, and even when our most favorite tv shows are on!

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    Sonya says:

    We use a combined calendar system that lets us all put in when we’re available.

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    Joan Z-Horton says:

    I use the share function on my Windows Live calendar to
    keep up with my kids, their friends and the compatibility of schedules.
    I’ve shown others how to use it to coordinate our excursions.

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    lilshuga2001 says:

    I use evernote and remember the milk…you can share it with diff types of people… Its awesome! THanks for the chance~

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    denyse says:

    I used to be with Mommies groups and this would have been great. I just moved 1 1/2 weeks ago so I’m not in any group at the moment.

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    To organize parties I always use email in addition to sending out invites. This way if a child loses their invitation to my daughter’s party, the parents still have all the info they need.

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    I’m already a FB fan: themomunion
    Heather, KS

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    button’s on sidebar

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    Candie L says:

    As far as organizing on line, I have never done that. It probably would help me a lot with our PTA and other groups. Thank you

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    Candie L says:

    I am a subscriber. Thank you

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    susan smoaks says:

    i like to organize all my emails in folders. I put them in the folder after i read them if they need to be saved, that way i can always find the email i am looking for when i need to!

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    susan smoaks says:

    facebook fan
    tony l smoaks

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    susan smoaks says:

    following your blog on facebook
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    Amy Tucker says:

    For organizing myself I use my Blackberry scheduler. It keeps me on track and I can create a checklist as well. What i like the most is that I can down load list’s from the Internet on my wireless network. Very handy when buy stuff for the event.

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    Susan Smith says:

    I use a lot of email so that I can keep track when people respond to my emails

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    Amanda S. says:

    I’m used to run the Children’s Ministry program at our church, and we just used old fashioned calendars, lol. This program would have been much more helpful though!

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    Lisa says:

    Organizing group activities is usually such a hassle because we do it via email. So you have to wait for people to answer back, etc

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    Lisa says:

    I’m a subscriber

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    Tracy says:

    I mainly use my calendar in Microsoft Outlook to keep organized. I like how it pops up reminders to me every day to make sure I don’t forget to do what i need to do. I currently have to schedule meetings for 5 department heads from different colleges which is nightmarish, but using a program called Doodle helps me to organize their schedules and make meetings actually happen!

    bellydgirl at yahoo dot com

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    Tracy says:

    I’m already a facebook fan! :-)

    bellydgirl at yahoo dot com

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    Tracy says:

    I am a subscriber! :-)

    bellydgirl at yahoo dot com

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    Tracy says:

    Tweet Tweet! Following you on Twitter (as Smootiful) and tweeted about this giveaway:
    smootiful@mommyniri Win Qlubb Lunch System at #mommyniricontest

    bellydgirl at yahoo dot com

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    Daphne says:

    For quick, impromptu meetings
    I had to organize after school
    emails sent BEFORE lunch
    were always pretty cool.

    But, whoa, after twelve o’clock
    no one checked their mail—
    so, the meeting usually flopped
    when communication failed!

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    Joanne Schultz says:

    I use Mozilla Thunderbird’s calendar feature to remind me of important dates.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Joanne Schultz says:

    I joined a Mommy Niri Facebook Fan Page.

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    Joanne Schultz says:

    I Follow Mommy Niri’s blog on facebook .

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    Joanne Schultz says:

    I subscribe to your blog’s feed via google reader.

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    Joanne Schultz says:

    i follow on twitter – js22222222 .

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    Gianna says:

    We do that online with a calendar to make sure no one forgets :)

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    Shane says:

    Been a while since I organized any group activities – before computers were in widespread use so phones and paper lists!

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    lea says:

    I usually organize group activities by calling each person, doing it via email takes too long.

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    lea says:

    I’m a subscriber

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    dawn says:

    I use my email to keep track of all incoming correspondence.

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    Heather C says:

    We’ve used online evites. That seems to work well.He

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    Donna K says:

    I have used twitter.

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    Donna K says:

    Joined Mommy Niri Facebook Fan Page

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    Donna K says:

    Follow Mommy Niri’s blog on facebook

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