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Today is the Coats for the Children telethon!

Posted December 9, 2011

Just a reminder that today is the WRAL Coats for he Children telethon. I'll be on the phones from 12 pm - 1:30 pm so give me a call and make a donation to buy coats for some little ones through the Salvation Army! You can also donate gently used coats, hats scarves and gloves. For more information, click the link in the box above.

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  • Nancy Dec 9, 2011

    *blush* You can all stop now :)

    Faye, I'm beyond excited about the hats and mittens project, you now know how sewing is a favorite passion of mine and this is the PERFECT way to enjoy that and help others!

    You inspire Faye, you simply do!

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Dec 9, 2011

    I agree - heremeaj - I bet Nancy was a wonderful and diligent school bus driver!

    She is also fabulously fun to shoot blog videos with. We filmed one at WRAL this afternoon and it will be on the blog sometime this weekend. She is hysterical! Thank you Nancy!! And your hats and mittens project is fantastic!

  • JaredsMom Dec 9, 2011

    Nancy you crack me up! I LOVE to read your posts!

  • heremeaj Dec 9, 2011

    Nancy, Since I met you at the garner CFA swap I am LOL at you being a school bus driver. I bet they all loved you and did NOT act up on your bus. I would have felt so safe to have kids on your bus.

  • Nancy Dec 9, 2011

    Oh my goodness, I just read they also accept hats and mittens - I have a huge stash of polar fleece just looking for a new manipulation into something :)

    My 2012 project will be turning it all into hats and mittens to donate next year! I'm psyched!!!!!!!!!!!!

    One year when I drove a WCPSS bus, I made matching scarves and mittens for all the kids on my elementary route - it was so much fun! Even more fun to see them come back after the holidays wearing them :)

    Yup, I just found my winter project in the 'quiet months' of January, February, March and beyond!