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10 Nov. 19 - Dec. 2, 2011 Supplies needed for homeless


Clean, used clothing for infants to adults, new socks and underwear, laundry detergent, hand soap and personal and dental hygiene supplies are being collected through Nov. 19 for Fans Across America by Shoppes at Clemente Ranch on the southwest corner of Alma School and Germann in Southern Chandler. Participating merchants include Connie’s Jewelry Gallery and Clocks are Retailers, who will offer special savings in conjunction with the collection. Donors can also register to win prizes and a cash grand prize. According to Fans Across America’s website, Chandler Unifi ed School District reports having 517 homeless students and 238 homeless families in transition. For more information on becoming a volunteer or to coordinate a donation, contact email gmacedon@fansacrossamerica.org, call 480-861-6280 or 480-857-6377 or visit www.fansacrossamerica.org.


Hamilton Aquatic Club talks turkey


SanTan Sun area residents are being asked by Arizona Aquatic Club to step up to the plate for United Food Bank.


Club members are collecting frozen turkeys and other nonperishable foods for UFB from 6:15 to 7 p.m. Mon., Nov. 21 in the Hamilton High Aquatic Center’s parking lot at the corner of Arizona Avenue and Ocotillo Road in Chandler.


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DONATIONS NEEDED: The Arizona Aquatic Club seeks frozen turkey and nonperishable food donations for United Food Bank.


In addition to turkeys, they seek canned vegetables, instant potatoes, boxed stuffi ng and canned or packaged gravy. Perishables and glass containers are discouraged. For details, visit www. azaquaticclub.com.


Holiday Giving


Operation Christmas Child drop-off sites


Fill shoe boxes with school supplies, toys, necessity items and a letter of encouragement and bring them to one of two Chandler area drop-off locations for Operation Christmas Child: Hope Covenant Church of Chandler and Chandler First Baptist Church.


The donated boxes will be packed by volunteers and sent to kids in need in 100 countries, according to spokesperson Jennifer Butler. The charity project takes place during National Collection Week, which ends Nov. 21. Hope Covenant Church is located at 1770 S. Dobson Rd. and Chandler First Baptist Church at 3405 S. Arizona Ave. For information, visit www.samaritanspurse.org/occ.


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Salvation Army coordinates Angel Tree


To assist needy families in Chandler, Gilbert, Sun Lakes, Queen Creek, San Tan Valley and Higley, the Salvation Army Tree will take root at Chandler Fashion Center Nov. 25 through Dec. 24.


Mall visitors are invited purchase and donate new, unwrapped toys for children whose names appear on the holiday tree.


“Well-known country-western singer Jimmy Wayne was a recipient of toys from the Salvation Army as a child,” says Maj. Candi Frizzell, of the Salvation Army Chandler Corps. “He wrote a song about it and has now written a book about the experience.”


Chandler Fashion Center is located on the southwest corner of the Loop 101 Freeway and Chandler Boulevard in Chandler. For details, call 480-963-4021, ext. 201 or email Frizzell at candice.frizzell@usw.salvationarmy.org.


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