VFW Xmas packages
• Socks—men’s and women’s
• Caps—dark colors please
• Gloves/Baby Wipes
• Dental Floss/Mouthwash
• Deodorant—men’s and women’s
• Body wash/lotion
• Foot/Body Powder
• Shaving cream/gel
• Disposable razors
• Q-Tips/Lip Balm/Soap Bars
• Kleenex Packs/Hand Sanitizer
• Snacks: (please no gummy, taffy, chocolate, or homemade goodies)
• Cookies, chips, beef jerky, nuts, hard candy, gum, crackers
• Flashlight/Batteries (any sizes)
• Cards/Letters w/ return addresses
VFW members said any help given in this matter would be deeply appreciated.
For more information contact Donna Guice at (504) 812-4690, Sherry Lewis at (504) 256-1196 or Bobby Lovergne at (985) 785-8923
Drop off locations are:-Thrift Village Pharmacy in Luling
-Capital One Bank collecting shipping costs and donations at Paul Maillard Road in Luling
-Paradis and Luling Branch Libraries
-Majoria’s Supermarket in Boutte
-Donna Guice and VFW Post 3750 Ladies Auxillary Members at 40 Angus Dr. in Luling
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