Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Wordless Wednesday ~ Operation Christmas Child

Over the last few weeks our church has been collecting Shoe Boxes for Operation Christmas Child. This past Sunday we wrapped them all and got them ready to be dropped off. After four hours of wrapping, this is the finished product!

If you would like to make a shoe box there is still here to go to Samaritan's Purse, Operation Christmas Child, website to find out where there is a Drop Off Location near you!

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3 Mel's World Friends Comments:

Trench Mommy 9:13 AM  

Looks great! What a neat way to celebrate and give this holiday season!

Tammy 9:30 AM  

Awesome! Our family completed 4 boxes last night. It's one of our favorite Christmas things!! I just wish I could see the kid's faces as they receive their boxes.

ajs 9:39 AM  

How awesome!

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