PS188 and FDNY Donate Toys to Lutheran's Pediatric Centers
Accordring to Lutheran Family Health Centers (LFHC), children, aged six months to twelve years old, receiving services at Lutheran HealthCare will receive more than 100 brand new toys from PS188, a United Federation of Teachers Community Learning School, and the FDNY (Engine318) this holiday season.
The toys will be distributed at Lutheran Medical Center's pediatric department and a Lutheran Family Health Centers' Magical Years Early Childhood Center by students from PS188 and Larry McReynolds, LFHC president. The toys were donated by members of the PS188 community and the FDNY.
Thursday, December 18, 2014 (10 to 11 a.m.)
Toys will be distributed at 10 a.m. at Lutheran Medical Center's pediatric department (150 55th Street). Following the distribution, the group will travel to Magical Years Early Childhood Center (230 60th Street).
NOTE: Members of the media are invited to attend and should contact Kimi-Roux James at 718-630-6805, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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