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Drop Locations for DonationsPosted Monday, November 19, 2012, at 1:49 PM
We have had an incredible amount of businesses looking to be a part of the Jaycee Toybox this year! Thank you for your support!
Please drop your unopened, new toy donations at one of the businesses listed below:
(Drop Locations for Jaycee Toybox)
Bank of America
First Missouri State Bank
Bank of Missouri
First State Community Bank
Christian School for the Young Years
Wood and Huston Bank
Drury Call Center (Reservations)
AT and T Call Center
Cape Girardeau Honda
Academy of Dance Arts
PC Wellness Centers
Missouri Running Company
Wells Fargo Financial Advisors
West Park Mall
A couple of our supporters are offering incentives for your participation in this year's project. Drop off a toy at Charter Communications and receive a voucher for a free Video On Demand. The LeBounce location in the City Centre will be accepting toys (minimum value of %8.00) in exchange for a free pass to their new location in West Park Mall, LeBounce Too, coming this holiday season!
(Donations for the Christmas for the Elderly program should be taken to the Southeast Missourian office on Broadway)
As always - thank you in advance for your support! The Cape Jaycees could not continue 38 years of tradition during the Christmas Season without you!
Toybox: Delivering joy, one child at a time
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I am a teacher, a wife, and an avid "sports mom" to two wonderful boys. A native of Cape Girardeau; I currently teach at Cape Central Junior High School. As an educator, I see first hand the needs of families in our community during the holiday season. This is my sixth year as the Coordinator for the Jaycee Toybox project. I look forward to Toybox every year and have made it a tradition in my family as a means to give back during the holidays!
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