PB Girl Scouts launch toy drive for needy families
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Pacific Beach Girl Scouts Amanda Majernik, left, and Ciara Gray are organizing a toy drive for help disadvantaged families in City Heights.                                         Courtesy photo
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Pacific Beach Girl Scouts Amanda Majernik and Ciara Gray have launched a project to collect new toys for the “Hope in the City” program to help the hard-working families of City Heights purchase holiday presents for their children.

The goal of the girls is to collect enough toys to help 100 families. The girls have set up a “wish list” on Amazon.com, (search “Hope in the City” under “wish lists”), and have established several drop-off locations in Pacific Beach and La Jolla.  

New, unwrapped toys can be dropped off until Dec. 12 at the following locations:

• Dr. Kathy Miller’s chiropractic office, 4410 Lamont St.

• Pacific Beach Middle School, 4676 Ingraham St.

• Nightingale Music, 5631 La Jolla Blvd.

• K&M Systems, 2168 Balboa Ave., Suite 2

• Stella Maris Academy, 7654 Herschel Ave.

• Amazon.com, search “Hope in the City” under “Wish Lists”

 For more information, contact Kathy Miller (858) 414-0384, or visit www.hopecity.org.

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