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    WBFF - This Saturday...

    This Saturday..."Man Up!" for Tots for Tots
    Meet the Briscoe Brothers, Ring of Honor World Champion, Jay, and his brother Mark, when you participate in Toys for Tots Night.

    Saturday, November 22nd
    5PM

    William Myers Pavilion
    4300 West Bay Street, Baltimore

    Bring a new unwrapped toy or make a donation to the Marines Toys for Tots and have your picture taken with The Briscoe Brothers!
    Give to a good "Clause"!


    WBFF - GIVE TO A GOOD CLAUSE!

    GIVE TO A GOOD CLAUSE!
    Calling all recruits....
    The Marines Reserves Toys for Tots program needs the help of a few good men and women to help them provide new toys this holiday season for more than 50,000 children living in the Baltimore area.
    Donations of news unwrapped toys are needed for all ages..especially infants and toddlers and teens.
    For collection sites and Toys for Tots Special Events, please visit www.toysfortots.org

    And be sure to join FOX45 for its Morning News Toys for Tots Roll call on Friday, December 5th at Harley Davidson of Baltimore, 8845 Pulaski Highway


    WBFF - READ 15!

    READ 15!
    Encourage your children to read 15 minutes each day.  Read together or spend some quiet time with a book.  Set an example for your children to become readers ready to learn.  It's never too early to start.  Toddlers and preschoolers enjoy reading with parents and older siblings.
    So get ready and READ 15 minutes each adn every day!

    Learn more, visit   www.gradelevelreadingbaltimore.org


    WBFF - Childrens Mental Health Matters

    Childrens Mental Health Matters

    It's easy to know your child needs help dealing with a fever or a broken bone, but mental health problems can be harder to identify. The tricky part of parenting is knowing the kinds of behaviors and moods that are usual for the stage of development your child is in - and when your child has gone beyond the norm and needs help.Learn more, visit www.childrensmentalhealthmatters.org.


     
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