Can anyone help Lily of Clearwater pass on a wonderful hobby to her great-grandchildren? She spent years saving stamps and placing them in the proper stamp books, both foreign and U.S. Unfortunately, they disappeared during a relocation from Spring Hill to Clearwater. Lily has spent time working with four of her great-grandchildren, and they have boxes of stamps, categorized and waiting for books to be placed on proper pages with corresponding information. Lily says she is not in the position to buy new stamp books and wonders if someone has some old, unused stamp books sitting in their closet that they would be willing to donate. The great-grandchildren are siblings and would be happy to share one book of each type, she says. Lily is able to pick up the books. She can be reached at (727) 712-8671.
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Brenda of Pinellas Park has an illness that is requiring her to get treatment out of state. She will have to mail her medical records to her doctors here, and she cannot afford postage. She is hoping some kind readers out there will have extra postage they are not using and would donate to her. Brenda can be reached at (727) 548-1776.
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Vicki of Dunedin loves watching TV shows from the 1980s, and she is hoping to find VHS tapes of the show Hill Street Blues. If you can help Vicki, please call her at (727) 784-0646 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The ladies at Suncoast Cathedral, a Labor of Love ministry, are in the process of making baby blankets, hats, booties, etc., for the Pregnancy Center, various missions and new moms at the church. They are running low on baby yarn and are hoping to receive donations so that they may continue their good work. If you have any baby yarn to donate, please call Lucille of Pinellas Park at (727) 570-8263.