a reminder

kathyg_in_miDecember 12, 2012

To those of you who have too many Xmas items, ornaments, decorations, etc.
Please give what you want to get rid of to the Goodwill, Salvation Army, etc. NOW!
NOT after Xmas. Trust me they do not want to store them for the year, people would buy them now and the companies can use the $$$ to help those that need help before Xmas.

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marie_ndcal

I agree, also contact your local people especially in the disaster areas. Last year, because of the flooding in Minot one of the churches had a give away of new and gently used ornments for anyone who lost so much and they had boxes of donations and at the end of about 3 days, nothing was remaining. Maybe those is the eastern area could do something like that also.
Or do you have an area in your state who have been suffering for high unemployment?
Just my thoughts
Marie

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