Toys for Tots: Open for business
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The Toys for Tots coordinators at San Diego's Marine reserve want you to know that all fire and lifeguard stations in Ocean Beach, Mission Beach, Pacific Beach and La Jolla Shores are drop-off points for toys. There is an immediate need for toys for toddlers and boys and girls ages 6 to 9. We offered to use our media contact list to get that word out on their behalf. Toys for Tots will greatly appreciate the donations, and so will the boys and girls they are seeking to help.
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So Others May Eat holiday meal set
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So Others May Eat will be hosting its fifth annual Christmas dinner party for San Diego's hungry and those in need on Friday, Dec. 19, at 5:30 p.m. at La Jolla's Mary Star of the Sea Catholic Church, located at 7669 Girard Ave. La Jolla Hyatt chef Angela Souza will be donating hot roasted turkey and side dishes, and an anonymous donation of more than 100 frozen turkeys for families in need has been made. Parishioners and the community have donated more than 150 wrapped Christmas gifts. Santa will be making an appearance and handing out gifts to children and adults on his list, sent to the North Pole in early October via Rudolph and his reindeer. The Clairemont First Baptist Church Choir will be performing Christmas carols for our guests. Hot chocolate, gingerbread cookies, appetizers, a delicious hot meal and great deserts and treats for all will be available. Volunteers have been preparing and planning for this event since last year, as it is one of the biggest highlights for So Others May Eat. Donations are welcome.
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3 of 4 hospitalized in collision chain
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Three out of the four drivers involved in a Dec. 18 chain of collisions in the Point Loma area were hospitalized, police said. A 26-year-old man driving a 2008 Chevrolet shuttle van north on Nimitz Boulevard turned left at Atascadero Drive and hit a southbound auto driven by a 52-year-old woman. The back end of the sedan swung around upon impact and hit a vehicle driven by a 42-year-old man, also headed south on Nimitz Boulevard. Another southbound vehicle then hit that auto in the rear. Three out of the four drivers were taken to a local hospital to treat a variety of injuries.
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The Peninsula Beacon, December 18th, 2014
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