The Troop 306 holiday gift drive is a way people can help local children served by the Department of Children and Families’ Arlington office, according to troop parents Karin Turer and Cara Fraley.
The troop has been asked to serve nearly 250 Arlington teens in need.
Local residents may drop off new, unwrapped items -- such as hats, gloves, scarves, socks, art and school supplies, gift cards or small games -- at the following locations through Dec. 11:
- Arlington Assembly Sports Club, 29 Mass. Ave., East Arlington;
- Arlington Police Department, 112 Mystic St., near Arlington Center;
- Bishop, Dallin, Stratton and Hardy schools;
- Leader Bank, 141 Mass. Ave., East Arlington;
- Leader Bank, 1201 Mass. Ave., Arlington Heights;
- LivFit, 471 Mass. Ave., Arlington Center;
- The Roasted Granola, 1346 Mass. Ave., Arlington Heights; and
- True Fitness, 30 Park Ave., Arlington Heights.
Donations can also be made online by shopping the Amazon gift list atwww.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/GHCKW4SVN2HD?
These items should be ordered by Dec. 7 so they will arrive in time to be included. They will be delivered directly to the troop.
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This news announcement was published Monday, Nov. 21, 2022, based on information provided by Karin Turer of Arlington.
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