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Cardinal logo 2 pattern

Toy Pattern: Cardinal Logo 2

This kit is not assembled. Children assemble and paint as desired. Tools Band Saw or Scroll saw Sanders – Rotary and band Sand paper or emery boards Materials 1/2″ Solid wood or plywood 1/4″ Solid wood or plywood Instructions Make patterns from print of Cardinal Logo 2 by gluing to a piece of cardboard. Cut…
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Proposed Book Box Committee

Here is a possible rendering for the bylaws as suggested to Tom Tierney by Tom Tupper.New Section 7: A Book Box Committee of four or more members shall be appointed by the President, with the approval of the Executive Board, to provide leadership for the Guild’s program of making book boxes for the Bring-Me-A Book…
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Ranken Jordan LOVES our wooden fish!

Tricia Sievers writes in The staff and patients LOVED the fish you all made and are wondering if we could get more? (Photo above) You all are amazing!  Thank you so very much for all your support! Could we possibly get 25 of these….no rush!Thanks, for all that you do for Ranken Jordan Pediatric Bridge…
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Wayne Humphrey next to toys made for the toy program.

40,000 TOYS FOR SICK ST. LOUIS CHILDREN, AND COUNTING

This article appeared in the ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH on April 15, 2016. It is posted here with permission. Bored with TV, Jaycie Martin’s eyes lit up when she was asked if she wanted to paint a wooden toy. Within a few minutes, the 8-year-old patient at Cardinal Glennon Children’s Medical Center was out of bed…
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ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH Article on SLWG Toy Program

A very nice article about our toy program appeared in the Metro section of the ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH on August 31, 2006.  It is included here by permission. The 75-year-old man drove for two hours through a misty gray morning, with plastic bags filled with toys on the floorboard of his minivan. John Patton pulled…
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