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Miss Black & Gold Destini Lattimore seeks 1000 toys for Children’s Hospital Toy Drive

Written by LaGanzie Kale

November 18, 2018

My name is Destini Lattimore. I am the 2018 Miss Black and Gold representing the Arkansas District. I am reaching out to you to request your participation in a community service event I have planned for Christmas.
Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock hosts a donation drive each year for Christmas called the Festival of Stars on December 14th. Festival of Stars will take place in Children’s Hall from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. where toys will be dropped off all day.

I would like for everyone to help me reach my donation goal of 1,000 toys. I know this is  possible if we all work together.
Again, toys will be delivered on Dec. 14 at the Festival of Stars event at Arkansas Children’s Hospital in Little Rock. If you need assistance transporting toys from you specific location to the donation event contact me directly via email ([email protected] or by phone at 501-773-6242.
Below are links that provide more information as well as toys that are needed:
Toys may be dropped off at the KLEK 102.5 F.M. studio at 1411 Franklin Street, Jonesboro, Arkansas.
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