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Quad-Cities Packing Party in Davenport, Iowa

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Quad-Cities Packing Party in Davenport, Iowa

Time: July 22, 2012 from 1pm to 5pm
Location: American Legion Post #26
Street: 702 35th St.
City/Town: Davenport, Iowa
Phone: 309 781 4837
Event Type: packing, party, for, molly's, adopt, a, sailor
Organized By: Ruth, Gun's Mom
Latest Activity: Sep 9, 2012

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Event Description

The packing party will be July 22, 2012, for "Chilling Out!"  It will be held at the American Legion in Davenport, Iowa, address 702 W. 35th St.

1:00 pm

I've ordered 100 boxes and might have all the customs forms filled out with the addresses before the party.

I've already had donations of pillow cases, Crystal Lite, snacks.  The Paul Mitchell Academy is collecting girly stuff; a local Walgreen's is collecting items.  I've submitted a request to the local Sam's Club.

The Academy and Walgreen's are both sending volunteers, plus the community will come out for this. Here's the flyer I've put out here.

Molly’s Adopt a Sailor

With

The American Legion and Auxiliary

Packing Party for the adoption of

a Camp in Afghanistan,

“three miles from the sun!”

It’s hot there!

July 22, 1300 hours (1pm)

Donations of items and money can be made to the American Legion, 702 W. 35th St., Davenport

M-F, 9-noon

Needed items:

Volunteers to tape, pack, fill out forms

Packing tape

MIO

Crystal Lite

Gummy bears

Peanut M&M’s

Mach 3 razors

Pillowcases decorated to tell them we care

Twin sheets, dark colors appreciated

Coffee

Beef jerky

Old El Paso taco fillings, taco shells and chips

Fig bars

Under Armor compression shorts

Girly things—pens with colored ink, body wash, deodorant, razors, tampons

Sunscreen

Canned pears, peaches, fruit cocktail microwave popcorn

Current magazines, DVD’S

Cards and letters

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Comment by Ruth, Gun's Mom on September 9, 2012 at 1:44pm

62 boxes!  I'd call that a success!

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