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On Saturday December 8th, the Triangle Italians will be hosting our 5th Annual Toy Drive for the Durham Rescue Mission.

Once again, this is our opportunity to give a bunch of toys to kids and families much less fortunate than ourselves. With your help, the kids at the Durham Rescue Mission can have a Christmas that most of us take for granted.

The guidelines for a Christmas present are as follows:
- Boys & Girls ages 12 and under
- Please make sure the gift remains unwrapped

Our plan for the morning will be as follows:
- We will meet @ Brier Creek (our previous location) between 8:30 and 9:00AM

- We will start lining up cars ~10:15 and leave the parking lot around 10:30. I'll be working with the Raleigh Police to get Lumley closed off so we can exit onto 540 as a group.

- Our destination and toy drop-off location for this year is TBD right now...however, I should have those details sorted out (hopefully) in the next few days.

- The Durham Rescue Mission will have a truck at our destination and they will have donation receipts there if you need / want one.

** I will bring maps for our drive **

For those in the Cary / Apex / Holly Springs / Fuquay area, we will be meeting @ Leith VW at 8:00AM, departing there around 8:00AM.

A very sincere and HUGE "Thank You!" to everyone in advance for helping make this toy drive possible! We look forward to seeing everyone out there! You guys rock!

Merry Christmas! Greg
 

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Toy Drop-off: Nantucket Grill

Our destination / toy dropoff will be:

Nantucket Grill & Bar
5925 Farrington Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27517

Our plan will be to leave Brier Creek @ 10:30 and arrive @ The Nantucket Grill between 10-45 and 11:00, load the toys in the truck, and then enjoy a good lunch!

Cheers and Merry Christmas!
 

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I hate to ask a stupid question but to be sure, I am assuming since you are posting it here that it is not exclusive to italians only right?
 

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I hate to ask a stupid question but to be sure, I am assuming since you are posting it here that it is not exclusive to italians only right?
You do not need to drive an Italian car...the area Lotus owners always show up to our local Cars-n-Coffee and I always like to extend an invite to all the groups! Come and help us give back a little! Sorry for the delayed response to your question.
 
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