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Seminole Tribe Toy Drive At Seminole Classic Casino

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Two-year-old Zachary Jackson and grandfather Raymond Phillips join Seminole Tribe of Florida, Inc., President Mitchell Cypress and Santa Claus during the Tribe’s Toy Drive. “It’s a good thing to do; you receive more when you give,” said Phillips, after dropping off toys with his wife and grandson.

Want to help children have a wonderful holiday this year? It’s easy and you can make children happy by donating to the annual Toy Drive organized by the Seminole Tribe of Florida, Inc., and its President, Mitchell Cypress.

Ibis Cruz-Alvarez of Miami Lakes greets Seminole Tribe of Florida, Inc., President Mitchell Cypress as she drops off three children’s bicycles and several boxes of toys. Cruz-Alvarez, who owns Miami Springs-based Landing Gear Technologies, says she donates toys every year for various charities. “It’s important to give back, when you’re blessed,” she said.
Ibis Cruz-Alvarez of Miami Lakes greets Seminole Tribe of Florida, Inc., President Mitchell Cypress as she drops off three children’s bicycles and several boxes of toys. Cruz-Alvarez, who owns Miami Springs-based Landing Gear Technologies, says she donates toys every year for various charities. “It’s important to give back, when you’re blessed,” she said.

The public is invited to donate new, unwrapped toys to benefit the children from Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, Russell Education Foundation, Kids in Distress, HOPE and E.A.S.E. Foundation. To make it an even happier Christmas, The Seminole Tribe of Florida, Inc. will donate numerous additional gifts to each organization.

Toys can be easily dropped off Friday and Saturday, December  2 and 3, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at a drive-through tented location adjacent to the Seminole Classic Casino, 4150 State Road 7.(just south of Stirling Road in Hollywood)

Members of the Seminole Tribe of Florida Veterans will work as volunteers during the Toy Drive, which is also supported by Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 23, headed by Stephen Bowers of the Seminole Tribe. While there, participants may enter to win a Seminole Hard Rock Hollywood prize basket or an iPad.

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