Tuc el Nuit PAC is excited to announce that Santa’s Workshop is back this year. Each year Santa’s Workshop allows students to shop for family members and experience the joy of giving during the Christmas season. We are seeking items to be donated to allow students to purchase ($1 Each) gifts for parents, grandparents, and siblings. We are looking for items that can be re-gifted. They must be new or gently used. Games, candles, kitchen gadgets, tools toys, DVDs, books are examples of what we are looking for. Remember that students are purchasing for adults as well as children. We are always short of adult gifts. Please don’t send damaged, dirty, or broken items. No Clothing, shoes, or restaurant toys. Proceeds from the sale will be donated to Knights of Columbus to provide Christmas Joy for local families.
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