Veteran’s Day Broadcast
Join Karlson & McKenzie in Saying Thanks
This Veteran’s Day
100.7 WZLX and CarePacks have once again joined forces for the 8th Annual Veterans Day Broadcast on Friday, November 9, 2012, at the Weymouth Elks #2232 Members Lounge, 1197 Washington St.(Rt 53) in Weymouth, MA.
The Karlson & McKenzie Show will broadcast live from 5:30-10:00AM in honor of all United States Veterans. Stop by and enjoy a free breakfast and help us thank those who have served our country and preserved our freedom!
CarePacks is a non-profit organization staffed and managed entirely by volunteers, that is dedicated to sending care packages to US troops in Afghanistan. Founded in 2004, CarePacks’ goal is to provide these soldiers with supplies to help improve their morale, mental health, and quality of life, and to remind soldiers that they are remembered by people “back home.”
Sponsored by Fisher College’s Military to Management Program, Subway – “Eat Fresh,” and the VA Healthcare System.
What can you do?
Cash is great, but there are a lot of items on the CarePacks wish list too!
Below is a list of items CarePacks tries to include in the packages they send to our troops overseas. They are always looking for contacts to purchase any of these items in bulk, at a reasonable price. Donations of goods is their main goal. Contact them at 781-340-0161.
CLOTHING & TOILETRIES
bandanas t-shirts – socks- sunglasses
boxer shorts ( m, l, xl ) womens sport bras- toothpaste
toothbrushes- hand/body lotion- lip balm/chap stick-
baby wipes- shampoo (travel size) deodorant
razors(disposable, cartridge) shaving cream- dental floss
mouthwash (travel size) sunscreen- bug repellent
no pest fly strips- solid air fresheners
ziplock bags(sandwich,quart size) feminine products
granola bars- milk & cereal bars-pop tarts-sugar packets
coffee (beans or ground) coffee filters- tea bags- gum
candy (hard or chewy) Kraft easy mac crackers, cookies
Slim Jims- powdered drink mix (iced tea, Kool Aid, lemonade, Gatorade) instant cup of soup (styrofoam cup)
bagged chips, Doritos, Fritos,etc. canned fruit with pop top
frizbees- tennis balls- disposable cameras- travel games (chess, checkers, UNO) playing cards- AA batteries -blank greeting cards-electronic games paper, pens, envelopes beanie babies (used OK) magazines (Sports Illustrated, Auto, Golf, People) pre- paid phone cards
Photos from Last Year’s Broadcast
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