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- NECA A Christmas Story Nightlight
- Leg lamp night light measures 9" tall
- based on the movie 'A Christmas Story'
- Decorative box ready for gift-giving
- Broadway Basketeers Gourmet Mini Gift Tower of Sweets for Mother's Day
Grocery (Broadway Basketeers)
- Great gourmet gift basket for Mother's Day for your Mom, Grandma or Wife
- Gift tower includes: assorted chocolate covered cherries and nuts, chocolate caramel popcorn, and chocolate drizzled pretzels alongside chocolate chip cookies.
- Kosher Certified OK D. Giving a kosher gift ensures that all recipients can enjoy and partake in your gift.
- Kikkerland CD502 Multi Function Hammer Tool with Pouch
Home Improvement (Kikkerland - HI)
- 9 tools in 1
- Measures 2.75 by 5.5 by 0.75-Inch (closed)
- Handy nylon storage pouch included
- Christmas Gift
Book (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform)
- Big Mouth Toys Funny Toilet Paper: Obama
Home (Outrageous Ventures, Inc)
- Imaging will not smudge
- 3 ply extra thick and soft
- Printed on every sheet
francis gets a few extra early presents for christmas 2011.
Jay-Z Hermes store | Beyonce Christmas gifts | Jay-Z Brikin ...
The shopping spree went longer than expected and instead of Jay-Z going to eat at the nearby restaurant Nello, his meal was actually sent to the Hermes store.
No need to take up a collection plate for Jay-Z – he’s expected to receive $1 million to perform on New Year’s Eve at the opening of the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas hotel and casino.
pic of her pretty hair :)
Salvation Army Aims to Expand Christmas-Gift Effort
This year’s goal: To reach 1,500 children and distribute 15,000 gifts.
“This program gives joy and blessings to both the receiving child and family, as well as to the generous gift-giver,” said Salvation Army Capt. Alan Gonzalez, the Arlington corps officer.
The initiative has been undertaken each year since 1985.
“No child chooses to live in poverty, and the Angel Tree program – while providing these children with toys, clothing and more – also lets them know that others care,” Gonzalez said in a July 25 presentation to the Kiwanis Club of Arlington. The Kiwanis Club is among organizations that supports the initiative.
After a screening process to verify need, children ages 12 and under are registered for the program. The names of the children are then listed on an “angel” tag, which provides information including the child’s first name, age, gender, clothing size and the items or items they like or need.
Tags are distributed to local malls, food stores and corporate offices, and those who opt to provide gifts are asked to limit the total to about $75 per child.