ABILENE, Texas - It's time now for the rooftop toy drive for Hendrick Home for Children.
Laci Lee of Power 103 will spend four days on top of Wal-mart Super Center on HWY 351. Until 6 p.m. this Sunday, you can drop off a gift to a volunteer at the home and garden entrance.
There are 60 girls, boys and single parents living at the Abilene home.
The children range in age from 1 to 19 years old. There are 12 single moms. About half of the children are grade school and middle school students. The other half are teenagers.
Those associated with the event would appreciate gifts suitable to school-age children. Welcome are Christian CD's, clothes, socks, wallets, photo frames and albums, jewelry, initialed items, team logo accessories, make-up, cologne, perfume and bath and body sets.
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