Kids from Noah's Ark Learning Center pitch in to help tsunami victims

Kids from Noah's Ark Learning Center are doing their part to help the smallest victims of the Southeast Asia tsunami.

The children are putting together shoeboxes filled with goodies such as T-shirts and toys. Each box is made specifically for a boy and a girl, and for a certain age range. The kids carefully handpicked all of the items to put in the boxes.

Any residents wishing to help can provide shoeboxes filled with small toys, school supplies, hard candy and hygiene items. The boxes can be dropped off at 2335 Haviland Avenue until April 1.

Related LinkSamaritan?s Purse(1-800) 353-5949

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