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06/13/07

Boys & Girls Club Community Care Day

The Frank Callen Boys & Girls Club in Savannah is having a Community Care Day on Saturday June 23 from 9am to 3pm.

The community day will help raise money and donations for the Boys & Girls Club to help restore the building and equipment damaged in the recent acts of vandalism.

If you would like to make a financial donation, make checks payable to Frank Callen Boys & Girls Club and mail to:

P.O. Box 8727
Savannah, GA 31412

The Boys & Girls Club also has a wish list of items needed to be donated to the center:

TV's
DVD Players
Computers
Printers
Copy Machine
Fax Machine
Filing Cabinet
Copy Paper
Normal Office Supplies (pens, paper, etc.)
Basketballs
Soccer Balls
Softballs
Board Games
Books
Magazines 
Tables
Chairs
Educational Materials (Dictionary, etc.)
Backboard for Basketball Hoops

For more information on ways you can help or about the community day, please contact Caitlin Ortiz at 912.233.2939, or email at ccurreyortiz@yahoo.com or visit their website at http://www.bgcsavannah.org/.

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