Helping Our Troops During the Holidays - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

11/21/05

Helping Our Troops During the Holidays

Items that are needed for donation are:

Q-tips
Baby wipes (ind. packs)
Toothbrush/toothpaste
Cough Drops
Chap Stick
Black or White socks (thick calf length)
Deodorant
Tissue (ind. packs)
Disposable Razors
Advil/Tylenol
Hand Warmers
Magazines
Music Cd's
DVDs
Canned Soup (pull top lids)
Canned chips
Beef jerky
Breakfast bars
Granola bars
Peanuts
Hard Candy
Sunflower seeds
Pop Tarts
Gum
 
To make donations contact:
Becky Wilson
4211 41st
795-2639 or 543-1180

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