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Please help support our Community
Submitted By Kathy Dittrich on Thursday, November 8, 2018
Come help the TAAA support Toolbox Project Niagara.
On Saturday and Sunday from 9am -2pm we will be collecting items for The Toolbox Project Niagara at the Thorold Arena. If you are in the area and want to help out a great cause, pop in and see us.   Also the Thorold Atom BB Team will be collecting non-perishable food items for Community Care.  Thank you for support! Here is the list of items we are collecting: Travel size shampoo or body wash Deodorant Facial wipes Hand Cream Warm Winter Items – gloves, toque or socks First aid items Comb/brush/shave items  
Thanks you.  
Kara Hale

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