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jonbaker

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Dub Cember '07
« on: November 07, 2007, 06:15:00 PM »
"Time to help out in the neighborhood"

The third Dubcember Toy Drive will be happening Sunday, December 2nd @ 12:30pm. This event is to get the whole Euro enthusiasts and owners together and help out the kids at the Children's Hospital of Denver. The third annual show 'n shine (hopefully not snow 'n drive) event will start at Fat City on Coal Mine + Kipling. We'll be meeting in the parking lot to the west of the building along Kipling.

Event information:
* Show ‘n shine event; relax to see old faces and hopefully new blood.
* Bring a new unwrapped toy (age infant to teen - it's up to you) to the event to be donated to the Children’s Hospital.
* Bowling and food deals will be available the day of the event.
* The event should last till at least the mid-to-late afternoon.

Fat City
9670 W Coal Mine Ave., Littleton, CO 80123
(303) 972 - 4344





Special Thanks goes out to:

Children's Hospital of Denver

Fat City




« Last Edit: November 07, 2007, 06:29:07 PM by gietl »

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Re: Dub Cember '07
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2007, 04:51:19 PM »
The Children’s Hospital Wish List
               
Thank you for your interest in providing toys and other needed items for the patients at The Children’s Hospital. To assist you in making decisions about what to provide, here are a few guidelines:
1. Items that we are in need of the most include:
• Toys for infants and toddlers (see list)
• Items for teenagers (see list)
2. Items we cannot accept are:
• Used items
• Bubbles
Toys for Infants and Toddlers
There are many children in the hospital that are in this age group (1 month-3 years). Items that work best are those with few pieces and are easily disinfected (nothing cloth).

Rattles
Infant Mobiles (Wimmer Ferguson black & white)
Cribside mounted toys (washable) peaceful aquariums
Squeeze toys
Rubber balls - all sizes
Shape sorters
Pounding Toys (pound and ball set, hammering bench)
Books-sound, cardboard, vinyl, pop-up, English and Spanish
Light up infant toys
Baby gyms/activity centers
Pop-up Toys
Music box
Teethers
Crib Mirrors
Dublo boxes
Lullaby & soft music CD’s & tapes
See & Says
Infant Bouncy Seats (vibrating)
Boppy Pillows & Covers
Baby Einstein items
Toddler riding & push toys
Toy phones
Duplo blocks
Strike a ball
Infant dolls: both genders, all ethnicities
Puzzles 10 pieces or less
Stacking toys
Rescue heros
Little Tykes (wagons, push cars, riding toys)
Toy cash register
Play mobile sets
Kitchen sets with plastic food
Infant bead mazes
Fisher Price Little People sets, play sets, farm animals furniture, farm garage, castle, medical play etc.

Teenagers
Adolescent clothing (pajamas for girls, t-shirts, sweat shirts, sweat pants, sports clothing for boys, sweaters, hoodies etc.)
Colorful body pillows
Purses: cut/trendy, over the shoulder, etc.
Arts & Crafts: bead kits, scrapbooking kits, fuzzy felt posters, stained glass, fuse bead with peg shapes.
Bean bag chairs
Book sets
Blank journals
Book – adolescent theme, English & Spanish
Video’s/DVD’s No R rated: English & Spanish
Exercise mats – plastic/vinyl
Models
Nail polish sets
Cases of Puffs Plus tissues
Klulz Arts & Crafts books
Puzzles 500-1,000 pieces
Games: Othello, Battleship, Trouble, Clue, Connect 4, playing cards, Scrabble, Sorry, Yahtzee, Tri-Ominos, Catch Phrase, Uno, Skip Bo etc.
Magazine subscriptions (Sports Illustrated, Sports Illustrated for kids, fashion, Teen)
Disposable cameras
Video Game Systems (Playstation 2, GameCube, X-Box)
Handheld Video Game Systems (Gameboy Advance, PSP)
Video Games for all of the above systems: (games
must be rated with "E" or "T")
Extra controllers for video game systems
Polaroid film
Headphones for CD players
Portable CD players with AM/FM radio
CD boom boxes/stereos
Blank cassette tapes and video tapes
CD ROM games for computer (educational/
painting programs/entertaining)
DVD players
Polaroid cameras with film
Blank cassette tapes and video tapes

____________Teenagers continued___________
Popular pop rock CD’s
Camcorder
Digital cameras
19” TV/VCR/DVD players as one unit on cart
Portable DVD players with 7” screens
Color printer
Gift cards in $20.00 increments (Target, Best Buy, Gap etc.)


_______________Always In Need_____________
Markers
Colored Pencils
Crayons (8 pack)
Water color paints
Play dough
Pony Beads
Sketch pads, word searches, all ages, cross word puzzles
Puzzles 24-500 pieces
Playing cards
Small Lego & Kinex kits
Spanish language books and videos
Glue & glue sticks
Scissors
Batteries: C,D,AA,AAA
Search & find books: Where’s Waldo, I Spy etc.
Craft kits

               


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Re: Dub Cember '07
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2007, 04:51:19 PM »

jonbaker

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Re: Dub Cember '07
« Reply #2 on: November 30, 2007, 01:19:45 PM »
9 news shows 40's and sunny for sunday!!

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Re: Dub Cember '07
« Reply #3 on: December 06, 2007, 01:02:50 AM »
pics are up!!

http://metrodubs.com/forums/showthread.php?t=4237
thank you to everyone that came out!!!!


we are going to have more press next year.

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Re: Dub Cember '07
« Reply #4 on: December 06, 2007, 03:21:30 PM »
Nice pics Jon, glad to see PW made it out with the RS4