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RSVP Collecting Items for Military Care Packages

March, 29th

Our RSVP & Montana Supporting Soldiers are partnering to send care packages to the troops! Support our soldiers by donating Items at MAS (337 Stephens Avenue) before May 25th.

Call 728-7682 for more info.


**No chocolate, items need to withstand 120-degree heat, must have an expiration date no earlier than Oct. 1, 2019**

-Cards/letters of support
-Good quality coffee
-Powdered single serving drinks
-Black or white boot crew socks
-Men's boxer briefs - medium & large
-Tan t-shirts - medium & large
-Flip flops - men's & women's sizes
-Solid Chapstick
-Travel-size lotion, shampoo, sunscreen, liquid soap
-Loofas (good for sand removal)
-Non-aerosol stick deodorant
-Squirt guns, water balloons
-Nasal spray
-eye drops
-Small fans
-Stationery, envelops, pens
-Hard candy individually wrapped
-Sunflower seeds/mixed nuts
-Dried fruit
-Granola/protein bars
-Beef jerky
-Tuna in a pouch
-Peanut butter in a plastic jar
-iTunes gift cards
-AA and AAA batteries

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