Former Laguna Beach star Kristin Cavallari spent an indeterminate amount of time with our nation’s youth yesterday, according to the following PR email I received directly after she left them:

Subj: 500 Day of Kristin: Kristin Cavallari Celebrates a Day of Pure Goodness with Boys & Girls Clubs of America and Wonderful Halos


We’ve been following your 500 Days of Kristin and have some photos to share for a future post. Today, Tuesday, Feb. 2, Kristin led a fitness activity and delivered Wonderful Halos mandarins to kids at the Boys & Girls Club of New York to kick off the second year partnership between Wonderful Halos and Boys & Girls Club of America.

Ahead of the release of her first book, Balancing in Heels, Kristin celebrated a day of “pure goodness” with the kids to teach them importance of healthy habits. Wonderful Halos- the sweet, easy to peel and seedless mandarins donated $100,000 to Boys & Girls Club of America to support healthy lifestyle programming at clubs around the country.

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Dana Moncrief

The Wonderful Company

Here is a photo of Kristin teaching the children about Wonderful Halos—the sweet, easy to peel, and seedless mandarins.

Here is another photo of her sharing the joy of Wonderful Halos filled with Pure Goodness®.

And here is one more photo of Kristin holding Wonderful Halos, the kid-sized fruit that’s available at produce aisles nationwide at grocery, mass, and club retailers during California mandarin season (November – April).

Kristin reveals in the press release attached to the above email, “I plan to encourage my little ones to reach for healthy snacks such as Wonderful Halos in lieu of sugary treats. And now this partnership has allowed me to promote healthy eating and thinking to a huge network of youth across the country.”

I know of no other person who could so breezily turn a volunteering activity into an ad. Congratulations to the children for getting to participate—you all get Wonderful Halos.

This has been 500 Days of Kristin.

[Photo via Getty]