Baby dolls and teddy bears among toys...

Baby dolls and teddy bears among toys donated by Curves members

There are 5 comments on the The Independent and Free Press story from Dec 21, 2009, titled Baby dolls and teddy bears among toys donated by Curves members. In it, The Independent and Free Press reports that:

Following a toy drive since December 1, staff and members at Curves Georgetown collected a number of toys to donate to the Salvation Army Toy Drive.

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Sally Anne

Toronto, Canada

#1 Dec 21, 2009
more 4 Sally Anne

Toronto, Canada

#2 Dec 22, 2009
Gold Coin Tossed into Salvation Army Kettle in Akron

Full story: Fox 8 - WJW

It sure isn't chump change.

An anonymous donor dropped a Canadian gold coin worth hundreds of dollars into a Salvation Army red kettle in Ohio ...
less 4 Sally Anne

Toronto, Canada

#3 Dec 23, 2009
Carollers' good intentions cut short

Wednesday December 23 2009

Dear editor,

I am a Georgetown District High School student, who on the night of Dec. 21 went carolling with a group of friends (there were six of us) around Georgetown.

While carolling we were trying to raise money, in the spirit of the holidays, for the Salvation Army.
Approximately an hour and a half into our night, we were stopped by a police officer.

He told us there had been complaints made, about “a group of people collecting money for a charity, while carol singing, without a proper licence”.

With that, we had to stop.

I understand that people may not have trusted us, but our donations were collected only on a voluntary basis.

I am proud to say that $166.36 was delivered to the Salvation Army and I would like to thank everyone who helped.

We are glad to be able to help out the Salvation Army and also cheer up our community this holiday season.

Just imagine how much more we could have done, had no one complained.

Merry Christmas.

Sad 4 Sally Anne

Toronto, Canada

#4 Dec 28, 2009
Justice section CNN :

Salvation Army major shot dead in Arkansas on Christmas Eve

Toronto, Canada

#5 Aug 8, 2010
taking a family member from your Bennett Centre

almost cost us a $ 1,000.00 a week or was it a day

or maybe they said even more but no paperwork signed

before we took them to another facility apparently

with the 100 beds MIA from the Milton facility while

under the watch of your tricky gang there ?

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