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Are you doing enough?

Posted by Texas Education on December 2, 2008

Yes, yes, I know, I know, I have not posted anything since just after Thanksgiving. Readership has dropped, but new and exciting blogs and Texas websites and national websites are joining/reciprocating. But, I just figured everyone was super busy eating turkey. I’ve been working the last few days, and have had a hard time figuring out just what I should focus on. I know times are tough, and many are struggling just to make ends meet, but you’ve got to figure, there are many out there who are a lot worse off than you. I was at TMS (Timberwood Middle School) today, and a few of the classrooms are collecting for HAAM and are overflowing their boxes. That’s the good news. One thing I do know for sure, though, our toy drive is down this year. Way down. We need to dig deeper and bring ourselves to help. Print out the flyer and post at your work, your school and join in, please!!

haamtoy081Humble Area Assistance Ministries needs your help – toy donations needed by Dec. 12! Once again we are asking the generous families and businesses of our community to dig deeper and help HAAM help Santa. Humble ISD is partnering with the Tribune, Homewood Suites, Memorial NE Hospital, Kingwood Medical Center, the Humble Area Chamber of Commerce, Deerbrook Mall, and other community businesses and organizations to conduct a first, and hopefully annual, community-wide HAAM Christmas Toy Drive. It will take 3,500 toys to bury the tree, so please consider participating in this effort!


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