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Toys For Tots

submitted by Duff Man on Wednesday, December 12 2001 at 2:55 PM

It's Christmas time and your country's finest is doing something to help children around the nation that cannot afford many luxuries. The United States Marine Corps Reserves is sponsering Toys for Tots. How can you help? Its very simple. All you have to do is pick up a new toy and drop it off by the USMC Reserve Center, located directly across Western Blvd from Jordan Hall. You may need to call the Reserve Center before you go; 834-0003, ext. 28 for Staff Sergeant Pecka or 29 for Sergeant Alston. Please do something to help the children that are less fortunate this holiday season.

posted by Special K on Wednesday, December 12 2001 at 11:13 PM

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I wrote to SSgt Pecha earlier today, but haven't heard back...we can definitely get quite a few toys this year for needy children!

12/13/2001 1:12:55 AM

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you can also drop by any of our new unwrapped toys byt one of the sites, such as some local wal-marts, grocery stores etc. Since I am a Corpoal in the Marine Corps reserves, if you don't have a car or for whatever reason you need assistance in donating your toy, call me at 919 669-1648. I will be more than likely to help. Thank you for helping us in a time for sharing.

12/13/2001 8:11:44 PM

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actually, i am quite certain that the Marine Corps ROTC office could take them if you really couldn't make your way up to The Reserve Center. I don't know if they will take it, but there is no harm in asking.

12/13/2001 10:28:28 PM

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