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Bring a smile to a child's face! Toys will be taken to Bryn Mawr and St. Christophers Pediatric Units.
Gathering will be at Station 308 by 11:30 a.m. for light food, refreshments and apparatus staging. We will depart for Bryn Mawr @ 1:00pm SHARP and then continue to St. Christopher’s for final stop.
(Please do not wrap gifts)
Please contact either Tony Franz @ 610.716.4245 or any 308 Officer at 610.908.6659 to let us know if you plan on attending.
On Saturday, December 7th the Knights of Columbus, Pius IX Council will be hosting a Breakfast with Santa! Breakfast includes scrambled eggs, sausage, tater tots, cereal, french toast, donuts, toast, juice, milk, coffee and tea – Every family gets a Picture with Santa and each child receives a gift. $9 for Adults and Children. 3 seating times – 8:30 am, 10:30 am, 12:30 pm. Advance Reservations must be made by November 28th and can be made by contacting Linda at 215-361-7650 or LansdaleBWS@gmail.com. The Knights of Columbus hall is located at 258 West 8th Street in Lansdale, on the corner of 8th Street and Kenilworth Ave. www.koc4396.org.
Registration: $25 until 11/30/1 ; $30 12/1/14 to 12/7/14
Awards for age group winners and best Holiday costumes!
Tee shirt for the first 200 registrants
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Contribution will be made to their Spring Training fundraising account.
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The Colonials will also be collecting unused, unwrapped toys to be donated to the Colonial Neighborhood Council
David's Drive 831 is a non-profit public charity created in memory of David Turner Jr. who died December 16, 2009. David loved life, people, and his job at the Coatesville VA Medical Center. David had a vision, to improve the quality of life for the Veterans he served and he loved Christmas that is why we will wrap 1,000 Christmas gifts for Veterans receiving treatment at the Coatesville VA Medical Center and the Southeastern Veterans Center.