The Norman Transcript


December 9, 2012

They need a little Christmas

NORMAN — The following is a list of individuals who need a little extra help with Christmas gifts this year. To make a donation, call the contact number associated with the gift request.

HS# 35 - contact Sherrie 573-8300

· 3 year old male wears size 2T shirt, size 2T pants and size 8 toddler shoes. He wants tools/workshop, Dr. Seuss, cars, books, coloring things and heros.

· 2 year old male wears size 18-24 months shirt, size 18-24 months size pants and size 6 toddler shoes. He wants trains, cars, books, blocks and learning toys.

HS# 36 - contact Sherrie 573-8300

· 5 year old male wears size 4-5T shirt, size 4-5T pants and shoe size 10 kids. He wants Angry Birds, Hooked on Phonics and dinosaurs.

· 3 year old male wears size 4-5T shirt, size 4-5T pants and shoe size 10 kids. He wants trucks, cars and Angry Birds.

· 1 year old male wears size 2T shirt, size 24 months pants and shoe size 6-7 toddler. He wants musical toys and stuffed Teddy Bears.

HS# 38 - contact Sherrie 573-8300

· 5 year old male wears size 4T shirt, size 4T pants and size 10 toddler shoes. He wants Ninja Turtle (Donatello and Leonardo) and a black coat size 4T

· 17 year old female wears size 5 shirt, size medium pants and size 8 shoes. She wants roller blades, tall black boots and a blue fedora or a Kingdom Hearts DS game.

HS# 39 - contact Sherrie 573-8300

· 12 year old male wears size small shirt, size 20 pants and size 10 shoes. He wants a keyboard, karaoke machine, DVD/Blu-ray player.

HS# 41 - contact Sherrie 573-8300

· 16 year old male wears size large shirt, size 30x32 pants and shoe size 11. He wants DVDs, books, skateboard stuff, accessories for playing drums

· 14 year old male wears size medium shirt, size 29x30 pants and shoe size 8.5. He wants remote-control car, skateboard stuff, sports equipment.

· 12 year old male wears size small shirt, size 26x26 pants and shoe size 7. He wants sports equipment, dinosaur stuff and toy cars.

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