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by | May 6, 2015 | Uncategorized

Operation Christmas

The world¹s largest Christmas project is seeking volunteers all over the DFW complex to help bring the gift of Christmas to children around the world. Operations have already begun to make this year a success, but to fulfill this year¹s total wish list of reaching more than 10 million children we need you to help spread the word about the different opportunities of how Wylie residents can spring into action and make a difference. Contact Becky Boles / Relay Center Coordinator / 214-327-7393

 

Fill the Boot

Wylie Fire-Rescue teams up with the Muscular Dystrophy Association when they hit the streets May 5-7 for the annual Fill the Boot fundraising campaign.

Firefighters will pass the boot at intersections of Ballard and Brown streets; Ballard and Stone/Kirby; and Riverway and McCreary from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.

 

Good Yarn Knitting Group

The group will meet May 9 at 10 a.m. at the library. Knitters of all ages and experience are welcome. Bring your yarn and needles. If you’re new to knitting, we recommend size 8 (5mm) needles and medium weight (4) yarn.

 

Ride Against Crime planned

Wylie area motorcycle riders are invited to sign up now for the third annual Ride Against Crime bike run scheduled for May 16, starting at 10 a.m.

The event, sponsored by Wylie Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association, includes a scenic ride, food and prizes to raise funds for Wylie Police Department.

Pre-registration for $20 per rider closes Thursday, April 30, after which registration is $25 per rider. Early registrants are guaranteed a Ride Against Crime commemorative T-shirt.

Ride sponsorships are also available from $100 to $600.

Proceeds help CPAAA purchase equipment for the police department

 

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