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MHS to Participate in RTV6 Toy Drive


   The MHS and PHMS Athletic Departments and MHS Honor Society are working together to create a toy drive for Churches in Mission and local children. Unwrapped toys can be dropped off at any Mooresville school until Friday, November 30. A commercial for the toy drive will be featured on RTV6 at the Pioneer Girls’ Basketball game at 6 p.m. the same evening of the deadline.
   Needed items include:
·         board games
·         Hot Wheels sets
·         Legos
·         building kits
·         art & craft kits
·         gifts for older children
   Help others by making this our biggest toy drive ever!

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