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hrine church of saint gerard majella
HRINE CHURCH OF SAINT GERARD MAJELLA
188-16 91st Avenue, Hollis, NY 11423 Phone: 718-468-6565 Fax: 718-468-3136 [email protected]
Website: stgerardshrine.org Shrine Church of St. Gerard Majella or #SGMHOLLIS on Facebook and see Youtube
PASTORAL TEAM: REV. JOSEPHJUDE C. GANNON PASTOR – Ext. 25
REV. JOSEPH THARACKAL
In Residence – Ext. 13
MR. GUILLERMO D. GOMEZ
Permanent Deacon – Ext. 35
MR. LAURENCE O. MCMASTER
Permanent Deacon – Ext. 15
MRS. CARMEN MACCHIO
Director of Religious Education – Ext. 22
MRS. ANNE SMITH-THOMPSON Director of Music Ministry – Ext. 28
MR. GILBERT RODRIGUEZ
Youth Ministry Coordinator—Ext 26
MRS. LUCY GUZMAN
Administrative Assistant— Ext. 27
MRS. GRACE M.M. BRUNKEN
Business Office — Ext. 10
BUSINESS OFFICE HOURS:
Monday 9 am to 6 pm
Tuesday 9 am to 6 pm
Wednesday 9 am to 4 pm
Thursday 9 am to 6 pm
Friday 9 am to 2 pm & 4:30pm to 8pm
Saturday 9 am to 12 pm
No office hours on Sunday!
Please call the office in advance to arrange appointments to speak
with a priest or deacon or to make sure the office is open.
November 8, 2015
32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time
Office closed on Wednesday
November 11 for Veteran’s Day
Please pray for all our uniformed
armed forces personnel, past and
present!
MONTHLY FOOD PANTRY: for needy Parishioners.
HOURS: Tuesday 1 to 4 pm only! To register: bring photo ID & proof you
live in 11423 zip code if you are not a registered parishioner.
MASSES:
Monday thru Saturday: 9:00 am
Saturday:
5:00 pm – Fulfills Sunday Obligation
Sunday:
8:15 am & 11:30 am in English
9:45 am in Spanish
Holy Day Masses:
As Announced
SACRAMENT OF PENANCE:
Saturday:
4:00 to 4:45 pm
And by Appointment at other times by calling ext 25
DEVOTIONS all are welcome:
Miraculous Medal Novena:
Monday 9:20 am
St. Gerard Majella Novena:
Wednesday 9:20 am
Adoration: Mondays and Wednesdays from 9:30 to 11:30 am
Wednesdays’ adoration sponsored by the Jesus & Mary Haitian Prayer Group
First Fridays 9:30 am to 8 pm September to June
Last Sunday of the month at 7 pm in Spanish
Please pray for the sick of the parish
Please remember our deceased family & friends.
May the souls of the faithful departed through
the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.
MINISTRY TO THE SICK: Urgent calls at any time of day or night. We ask that arrangements for the reception of Holy Communion
for Shut-Ins be made by calling the office during business hours.
HOSPITAL: Please inform us of any parishioner who has been admitted to a Hospital or Nursing Home.
NEW MEMBERS: Please register by filling out the form found on the back inside cover of this bulletin or by calling the Office.
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION: Classes for our children Sundays at 10:00 am, from the end of September to end of May. They must
attend the 11:30 am Mass with their parents and family. To register your child, please contact Mrs. Macchio at Ext 22.
R.C.I.A.: Rite of Christian Initiation – Adults interested in becoming Catholic or who need to receive the sacraments of First
Communion and /or Confirmation please contact Deacon Laurence Mc Master at Ext. 15.
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM: Arrangements can be made by calling the office during office hours and leaving a message for one of
the deacons. In English: Instructions are given on the SECOND & THIRD Sunday of the month beginning with the 11:30 am Mass
followed by instructions at 12:30 pm. Please register at least 8 weeks before the Baptism by setting up an interview appointment
with Deacon Laurence McMaster E 15 by calling the office. Baptism is generally on the fourth Sunday of the month.
En español: Cada dos meses el tercer domingo. Se requiere que los padres que desean bautizar a sus hijos vengan a la misa y
asistan a clases previas de preparación. Para más información deben hablar con el Diácono Guillermo D. Gómez a Ext. 35.
MARRIAGES: Church Wedding arrangements should be made before Reception plans are finalized so that the date will be available
at the Church. Please make arrangements at least six months to a year before the proposed date.
Parish Meetings at
St. Gerard Majella Parish
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS: 2nd & 4thTues. – 8pm ST. JOSEPH
CONF. RM. RECTORY—November 10 & 17
CHOIR REHEARSALS: CHURCH Saturdays—6 pm Spanish
Wednesdays—7 pm English - SPEAK TO ANN TO JOIN CHOIR!!!
FAMILY OF CHRIST PRAYER GROUP Fridays at 8 pm BVM
CONF. RM. RECTORY All are Welcome! Contact Ofelia or
Margie for schedule and to join.
JESUS ESTA VIVO PRAYER GROUP Fridays at 8 pm in CHURCH
JESUS & MARY PRAYER GROUP Wednesdays after 9 am Mass
YOUTH NIGHT 8 to 12 grade - every Friday 7:30 pm in Rectory
St. Joseph’s conference room, PLEASE JOIN US!
SPANISH LEGION OF MARY — contact Hilda Cortes for details.
FOOD PANTRY COLLECTION: please bring NON PERISHABLE
FOOD to church or office during the week!!!
The 9 am Mass on the First Saturday of the month is for those
enrolled in the PURGATORIAL SOCIETY. To enroll a loved one
for a year, fill out the form below & enclose $10 donation.
Saint Gerard Majella Parish seeks to provide a festive gathering for
all people, of every race and color. A Table at which the lonely find
company, the hungry savor rich food and fine wine and strangers
enjoy warm family ties. Our prayer is that we may draw our new
neighbors from other lands into a loving community and that our
Eucharistic table may prefigure our oneness with the Father, Son
and Holy Spirit.
St. Gerard Majella is the patron saint of expectant mothers
and couples trying to conceive, as well as the protector of mothers
and children, born and unborn and the wrongly accused.
Please complete the lower part of this form and drop it in the
collection basket or return it to the office.
PRINT CLEARLY!
DATE:_____________
NAME:___________________________________________________
ADDRESS:___________________________________ Apt # ________
CITY & ZIP________________________________________________
PHONE(S): (
)__________________ (
)___________________
E-mail___________________________________________________
_____ New Registration
_____ Change of address
_____ Moving out of Parish _____ Want 2015 donation envelopes
_____ Request St. Gerard Novena prayers for: ________________
_____ Enroll in Purgatorial Society: _________________________
_____ Enclosed please find $10 per person enrolled / send card to
___ me FOR:______________________________________
_____ I know some one in the parish that is physically, mentally,
visually or hearing impaired. Please have the Disability Advocate
Ms. Celestine contact me at the phone number listed above.
SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK:
SATURDAY, November 7:
9:00 AM – † All Souls in PURGATORIAL SOCIETY
5:00 PM – † Eleanor Lynch
SUNDAY, November 8:
8:15 AM – † Estrella Rayos de Guzman
9:45 AM – † Adolfo, Mariana & Elvis Tejada; Florinda
Abreu, Emilio & Emiliano Vargas; Guillermo Chavarriaga;
People of the Parish
11:30 AM – † Susie Barahona
MONDAY, November 9:
9:00 AM – Aurora Dimanlig & Deceased Members of
Jose, Palllilo, Javier & Verceles Families
TUESDAY, November 10:
9:00 AM – Intentions of Ted Brunken
& Ronnie Parsolano
WEDNESDAY, November 11:
9:00 AM – Veterans of Wars Past & Present
THURSDAY, November 12:
9:00 AM – Thanksgiving to All saints
FRIDAY, November 13:
9:00 AM – Our Lady of Fatima
SATURDAY, November 14:
9:00 AM – All the Souls in Purgatory
5:00 PM – Intentions of the Saturday 5Pm Ushers
SUNDAY, November 15:
8:15 AM – † Catherine Macuha
9:45 AM – † Yvonne Pinder Sawyer
People of the Parish
11:30 AM – In Thanksgiving to St. Michael and
Deliverance & Liberation for Richard Dalencour & Family
PURGATORIAL SOCIETY ENROLLMENTS FOR 2015 SEE
FORM ON BOTTOM OF PREVIOUS COLUMN, THANKS
Please use the parking lot on 91 Ave. at
all times on the weekends and especially
on the Holidays. Thank you!
INCOME & EXPENSES FOR THE WEEK ENDING
November 1: will post next week
First Collection
$0,
Second Collection
$_
Total Collection
0,
Average Cost per week
(8,425)
Income (Deficit) for the week
(0,)
TODAY’S READINGS
First Reading — The widow of
Zarephath had only a handful of flour
and a little oil, but made a little cake for
Elijah (1 Kings 17:10-16).
Psalm — Praise the Lord, my soul!
(Psalm 146).
Second Reading — Christ will appear a second time to
bring salvation to those who eagerly await him
(Hebrews 9:24-28).
Gospel — Beware of those who like to go around in long
robes and accept greetings in the marketplaces and
places of honor at banquets (Mark 12:38-44 [41-44]).
The English translation of the Psalm Responses from the Lectionary for Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved.
A Message from our Pastor
Today we will welcome Bishop James Massa to
celebrate the 11:30 Mass. We will also have the
conclusion of the Life in the Spirit Seminar
Weekend of Prayer. We are all called to life in
the Holy Spirit. If a Baptized person is not living in the Spirit
it is like he orshe is a spiritual zombie, alive but not really,
and only desiring to consume others and not give of himself
or herself to others. Bishop Massa is coming to pray with
us that we are a parish open to living in the Holy Spirit.
Please pray for his important ministry in the Diocese as a
Bishop. We welcome all to come to the 11:30 mass and
receive his Bishop’s Blessing at the end of Mass.
Lastly, please pray for Father St. Martin. Father St. Martin
had been helping us pray on Sundays as a community,
especially at the Spanish Mass. Bishop DiMarzio recently
asked him to take on a difficult assignment and move to the
parish of St. Paul in Corona. He will be living there and
serving the community there while they discern who to
send as a new Pastor to that parish. For the immediate
future that means I will be saying all four (5 if you count
Saturday morning) Masses here at St. Gerard’s every
weekend. We are working with the Diocese to help find a
priest who is able to come and assist me on Sunday’s but it
might be a while (after Christmas) till we find someone able
to do it. So, please pray for me, that I remain healthy, and
focused on Jesus so that I can be the pastor and priest you
all deserve and need AND PRAY FOR AN INCREASE IN
VOCATIONS TO THE PRIESTHOOD AND RELIGIOUS LIFE.
God bless. Fr Gannon.
NOVEMBER Sanctuary Lamps,
Altar Breads and Wine
were donated by Marlyne Pereira Doyle family
Intentions of Father Gannon
and the Pereira Doyle Family
Generations of Faith:
Pledged
$611,000
Payments made so far
$102,000
Please continue to pay your pledges in a timely manner.
Please make your checks or money orders out to:
Catholic Foundation for Brooklyn and Queens
and stamp and mail directly with the statement from the
diocese in their return envelope. Do not send cash in the
mail.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Mondays from 9:30 am until 11:30am
Wednesdays from 9:30 am until 11:30 am
sponsored by the Haitian Jesus and Mary Prayer
Group. All are welcome!
First Friday November 6 from 9:30 am until 7:30
pm with Night Prayers and Benediction Please sign
up to spend an hour with the Lord — see sheet on
the 188 St. side table.
Last Sunday of the month at 7 pm in Spanish. All are
welcome!
Religious Education has started. Please
register every child (pre K to grade 8) who
attends public school. Registration forms are on the tables
in church. Please fill them out & return them with a copy of
your child’s baptism to the office during the week, or place
in sacristy with Father Gannon OR in person registration in
classroom on same floor as church on Sunday.
Thank you, Father Gannon and Mrs Macchio
All Souls Remembrance: During November we
remember all of our deceased family and friends
by placing their names before the altar. Please
use the All Souls remembrance envelope from your box
or use an envelope found on the tables in church.
INTERESTED IN BECOMING AN
ALTAR SERVER? CONTACT VANESSA,
SHAKANA, ARIEL OR FATHER GANNON!
Please Donate by November 8 the following
special items for our THANKSGIVING
GROCERY BAGS:
Family size packages of
cookies, pudding and Jello,
canned yams, fruit cocktail,
and turkey gravy. Monetary
donations
are
also
appreciated. Bless you & Thanks
GIVING ALL
Trusting widows play a significant role
in this weekend’s readings. At the point
of poverty, when giving even the
smallest amount of what they had could
imperil their health and well-being, they
trusted God and gave anyway. What is important about
their giving is not what or how much they gave, but how
they gave it. Without selfishness, they gave to help others.
Their giving was from the heart, with little hope or intention
of receiving any sort of reward or recognition for their
generosity. The monetary values of the widows’ gifts were
small, but their value measured in the Kingdom was
priceless.
There is a significant similarity between their gift and
the gift Jesus gave each of us. The widows offered their
lives for God. Jesus offered his life for us. © Copyright, J. S. Paluch Co.
TREASURES FROM OUR TRADITION
In 1974, a revised ritual of penance was given
to the Church, and at forty years distance, we
still are discovering its treasures and tentative
about some of its provisions. The rite reaches
deep into our tradition for an early insight:
when we turn to God, we are restored to life in the Church.
There are three different forms of penance. The
familiar individual confession is preserved, but with
tremendous enrichment. It is less rushed, anchored by a
reading from scripture, and the confession of sins is seen as
an opportunity to proclaim faith in God’s power to save. In
a sense, what is “confessed” is the penitent’s faith in God’s
gift of forgiveness. The priest suggests a penance that may
be directly connected to the virtue that the person seeks as
a means of overcoming the fault. There are formulas for
contrition suggested, but the penitent might even express
sorrow for sin and desire for mercy in his or her own words.
The prayer of absolution grounds the event in the life and
ministry of the Church. Harking back to the joyful dance of
bishops leading penitents into the church, the rite now ends
with a prayer of thanksgiving for God’s mercy, and may
include the gesture of laying on of hands. After forty years,
we struggle to claim this rite forged of memory, tradition,
and grace. History tells us to be patient; we do not always
recognize a treasure at first. —Rev. James Field, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
YOUTH NIGHT - GRADES 8 TO 12
MEETS EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT AT 7:30 TO 9 PM
IN THE RECTORY: ST. JOSEPH CONF. RM.
4 INFO CALL: GILBERT RODRIGUEZ AT EXT 26
IT TAKES MORE Going to church doesn’t make you a Christian any more than going to a garage makes you an
automobile. —Billy Sunday
DO ANYTHING I will go anywhere and do anything
in order to communicate the love of Jesus to those
who do not know him or have forgotten him. —St. Frances Xavier
COMUNIDAD HISPANA
8 de noviembre de 2015
Trigésimo Segundo Domingo
del Tiempo Ordinario
Lecturas para el 15 de noviembre de 2015
Primera lectura —Daniel 12:1-3
Salmo —Salmo 16 [15]
Segunda lectura — Hebreos 10:11-14, 18
Evangelio — Marcos 13:24-32
ENTREGA TOTAL
Las viudas confiadas juegan un
importante papel en las lecturas de
esta semana. Aunque eran pobres y el
dar aún algo bien pequeño podría
poner en peligro su salud y bienestar,
confiaban en Dios y daban lo que podían. Lo que es
importante sobre sus donativos no es la cantidad que
daban, sino que daban algo. Sin egoísmo, daban para
ayudar a otros. Su dar salía del corazón, con poca
esperanza o intención de recibir algún premio o
reconocimiento por su generosidad. El valor monetario
de los dones de las viudas eran pequeños, pero su valor
en la medida del Reino era inestimable.
Hay una gran semejanza entre su regalo y el regalo
que Jesús ha dado a cada uno de nosotros. Las viudas
ofrecieron sus vidas a Dios. Jesús ofreció su vida por
nosotros. © Copyright, J. S. Paluch Co.
TRADICIONES DE NUESTRA FE
Entre las comunidades hispanas aún
existe el concepto de que a la Iglesia se le da
limosna. Esta es una horrible costumbre,
puesto que ni a Dios ni a la Iglesia se le debe
la limosna, sino el diezmo y no necesariamente económico, esto es, también debemos considerar
tiempo y talento. Este diezmo se le da a Dios por medio
del mantenimiento de la Iglesia, la ayuda directa a los
necesitados, la generosidad con agencias de caridad,
etcétera. No importa a quién o cómo damos el diezmo
que debemos a Dios, lo que importa es reconocer que no
es limosna, es decir, dar de lo que nos sobra. Es dar desde
el corazón, compartir, como la viuda del Evangelio, lo que
tenemos para vivir.
No obstante, muchos somos tacaños con el Señor. En
lugar de dar con generosidad, damos poco o damos para
hacernos notar. Damos de lo que nos sobra, si acaso
Continuar . . . .
damos. Tenemos mucho que aprender de la viuda que se
nos presenta en Marcos 12:41-44. Ella, siendo pobre y
necesitada, aún así quiso compartir con Dios de lo que
tenía para vivir. Casi siempre los pobres son más
generosos que los ricos o la clase media. Son ellos quienes
nos muestran la generosidad de Dios y nos desafían a
hacer lo mismo, a fin de erradicar la pobreza.
Generaciones de Fe:
—Fray Gilberto Cavazos-Glz, OFM, Copyright © J. S. Paluch Co.
y envíelo directamente a la diócesis, juntamente con el
estado de cuenta, en el sobre que le llega y con la debida
estampilla de correo. No envíe efectivo por correo.
MENSAJE DE NUESTRO PÁRROCO
Hoy damos la bienvenida al Obispo James
Massa como celebrante de la misa de las
11:30. También tendremos la conclusión del
fin de semana de oración Seminario de la Vida en el
Espíritu. Si una persona bautizada no vive en el Espíritu
es como un zombi espiritual, vivo pero no realmente, y
deseando solamente aprovecharse de los demás sin dar
nada a otros. El obispo Massa viene a orar con nosotros
para que seamos una parroquia abierta a vivir en el
Espíritu Santo. Por favor oren por el ministerio tan
importante del obispo en la diócesis. Invitamos a todos
los feligreses a asistir a la misa de las 11:30 y recibir la
bendición del obispo al final de la misa.
Por último, por favor pidan por el padre St. Martin, quien
nos ha venido ayudando a orar como comunidad los
domingos, especialmente en la misa en español. El
obispo DiMarzio le ha pedido aceptar un cargo difícil y
moverse a la parroquia San Pablo en Corona. Él vivirá allí,
sirviendo esa comunidad hasta que envíen un nuevo
párroco a esa comunidad. En el futuro inmediato yo
estaré celebrando las cuatro misas del fin de semana
(cinco si se tiene en cuenta la del sábado en la mañana)
aquí en San Gerardo. Estamos trabajando con la diócesis
para conseguir un sacerdote que pueda venir a
ayudarnos los domingos, pero tomará tiempo
(probablemente hasta después de Navidad) para
encontrar alguien que pueda hacerlo. Así que oren por
mí para que me mantenga saludable y enfocado en Jesús
para poder ser el párroco y el sacerdote que se merecen
y necesitan. Y OREN POR EL AUMENTO DE VOCACIONES
AL SACERDOCIO Y LA VIDA RELIGIOSA.
¡Que Dios les bendiga! Padre Gannon.
SE NECESITA MÁS QUE ESO
Asistir a la iglesia no te hace cristiano, al igual que ir a
un garaje no te hace un automóvil. —Billy Sunday
HAZ CUALQUIER COSA
Iré a cualquier lugar y haré cualquier cosa
para convidar el amor de Jesús a quienes no lo
conocen o a quienes ya se olvidaron de él.
—Santa Francisca Xavier Cabrini
Promesas
Pagos recibidos
$611,000
102,000
Por favor continúe haciendo sus pagos a
tiempo. Por favor haga el cheques o Money Order
a Catholic Foundation for Brooklyn and Queens
Las clases de Educación Religiosa
Por favor inscriba o re-inscriba cada niño (desde pre
K hasta el 8avo. grado) que asista a la escuela
pública. Los formularios están en las mesas, en la
parte de atrás de la iglesia. Por favor llene el
formulario y llévelo a la casa parroquial. Gracias.
Padre Gannon y Señora Macchio
DONACIÓN DE COMIDA PARA EL
DÍA DE ACCIÓN DE GRACIAS
antes del 8 noviembre:
Por favor, necesitamos los siguientes
productos para las bolsas con comida
que repartiremos para EL DIA DE ACCION DE
GRACIAS: galletas tamaño familiar, pudin y
gelatina, tarros de papa dulce, de frutas y de salsa
(gravy) para pavo. También se aceptan
donaciones en efectivo. Gracias y que Dios les
bendiga.
SI DESEA BAUTIZAR UN NIÑO, Ud.
debe hacer lo siguiente: traer el
certificado de nacimiento del niño, y
hablar con el diácono Guillermo
Gómez para la entrevista inicial. Tenga en cuenta
que los bautismos se celebran el domingo, día del
Señor, ya sea en la misa de las 9:45 am o las 2 pm.
Padres y padrinos deben asistir a tres reuniones.
ADORACIÓN EUCARISTICA
Pidámosle al Señor que nos ayude a acercarnos más
a través de la oración frente a Jesús sacramentado.
LUNES: 9:30 am a 11:30 y se termina con la
bendición.
MIÉRCOLES: 9:30 am a 11:30 auspiciada por el
grupo haitiano Jesús y María Grupo de Oración.
PRIMER VIERNES: 9:30 am a 8:30 de septiembre a
junio.
ÚLTIMO DOMINGO DE MES: 7:00 pm en español.
Todos son bienvenidos.
Please indicate which charity you want your item to go to by placing an ornament tag on the NEW UNWRAPPED item with the charities name or initials on it and return it to the church by December 13. Knights of Columbus Hospital Toy Drive 2015 Toy distribution for children ages 1 month to 16 Infant to toddler: Board games Baby clothes Decks of cards Bibs Activities books Toys for infants Coloring books Rattles Crossword and puzzle books Soft toys in original packing Crayons Rag dolls Color pencils Card games like UNO Color pens or markers Decks of cards Art kits Sticker books Dolls: Trucks: tonka or any brand Disney Cars: any brand Lalaloopsy match box cars Barbie hot wheels cars Monster High radio or remote control cars Doll Clothes Baby Dolls teenage girls: make up sets other items: nail polish sets Dress up items for girls hair items Craft kits jewelry Action figures teen boys: PLEASE NOT TOYS WITH GUNS OR KNIVES‐ no objects that fly around the room Team sports t shirts Bridge to Life Christmas Wish List 2015 Infant and toddler clothes: baby: gently used and new: Infant Car seats 6 months Diapers, 9 month baby wipes Moms: toddlers 2T and 3T lotions Women’s jackets Infant and toddler snow suits soaps Women’s sweaters 1 year. 2T and 3T Baby bottles Maternity clothes Gift certificates: Babies are Us, Target, Toys are Us, Carter’s and Children’s Place Catholic Charities Christmas Wish List 2015 Toy distribution for children ages 1 to 17 Sports balls: Building sets: Toys Popular with Kids: any toy Trucks footballs Legos, Frozen any Dolls basketballs Lincoln logs Disney anything Dinosaur soccer balls Disney princesses baseballs and mitts Minions Educational toys: Shopkins Fisher Price Spiderman Little Tikes other Super Heroes V tech Melissa & Doug PLEASE NO TOYS WITH GUNS OR KNIVES Leapfrog Gift Cards: Target, Walmart, The Gap, Best Buy, Barnes and Nobel, Old Navy, Amazon Hour Children Christmas Giving Tree 2015 Moms Young Children (Infant to 3 years) Gift Cards Clothing – Infant to 3 years Robes/Slippers (L & XL) Fisher Price Toys Perfumes/lotions/Make‐up Animal Toys – Farm & Zoo Watches Bath Toys Jewelry Melissa and Doug Toys Wallets Stuffed animals Handbags V‐ tech educational toys Gloves/Hats Musical Toys Teens ‐ Boys & Girls Houses Twin sheets Gift cards (Movies, Target Twin blankets Gamestop, Visa. etc) Twin Comforter Sets Watches Pillows Jewelry Bath Towels Sports equipment PJ’S Favorite Games Othello Scrabble Hats/ Gloves Monopoly Life Books Clue Apple to Apples Trouble Risk Pictionary Ticket to Ride Boys & Girls ages 4 ‐ 12 jackets, sweaters Dolls and Doll strollers Barbie Toys Trucks, Trains, & Cars Building blocks Zubes Playstix Legos Ninja Turtles Hello Kitty Accessories Easy Bake Oven Musical Instruments Arts & Crafts ‐ large pads, Drawing/painting materials Books and Puzzles Remote control cars Roller Skates Doctor Set Scooters 

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