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The Friends of Foster Kids provides a Christmas for children in the foster care system who have been removed from their homes due to abuse and neglect and are placed in temporary housing or shelters. Many have no family and no place to live. Kiwanis, Optimist and Lions clubs help them with some of their basic needs, and some of their wishes.

The Utica Shelby Kiwanis Club recently received an update from Theresa Toia, the founder of the nonprofit Friends of Foster Kids, an organization the club supports in different ways.

Toia said that, from Macomb County alone, there are approximately 900 children in foster care each year. Many say they have never received a Christmas gift. So, at this time of year, volunteers try to get those wish list things into a Santa red duffel.

One young woman who was in foster care said she was amazed she got all three things on her wish list. In spite of her early life with a mother who was an addict, the young woman is now living independently and working at a counseling job.

Foster children need clothing like winter coats, boots and pajamas. They also need personal care items, pillows and blankets, duffel bags. They want toys and games and sports items. Some have never had a bicycle, a doll or toy truck, and the babies need development toys.

We are fortunate that lots of organizations support us, and we work from a donated building, with donated shelving, Toia said.

They include the Mount Clemens Kiwanis Club, and the Central Macomb Optimist Club.

The Shelby Macomb Daybreakers Kiwanis has been especially moved by Theresa Toia s effort to help Foster Kids, club president Nancy Nevers said. When you understand these children are often moved from family to family and perhaps don t even have their own pillow or blanket, it really tugs at your heart. Theresa has recently launched another project helping foster kids who have aged out of the program. Most people don t consider what happens to those kids who at 18 are cut lose and they are on their own. That program really got our attention. We all remember these kids at Christmas, but they need to be remembered year round and we are committed to do just that.

Friends of Foster Kids more than fits the Kiwanis mission statement dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at a time. We are a global organization of volunteers, and our immediate focus is helping needy children in our community. Our members hands and hearts help those who cannot always help themselves.

A group of people called Chicks with Sticks knit and crochet, then donate items to Friends of Foster Kids.

We also sponsor the Chicks with Sticks in their philanthropy. We fund their efforts, Nevers said.

The Daybreakers meet two mornings and two evenings throughout the month.

The Optimist Club of St. Clair Shores recently hosted its second no sew fleece blanket making party. About 30 men and women came out to make blankets for foster children. Also, people dropped off blankets, sheets, pillowcases, pillows, clothing, toys, personal items, suitcases and duffle bags which will all go to the Friends of Foster Kids.

The Utica Shelby Township Optimists take 20 kids, Toia said. We have lots of support from Lions in general. The Shelby Township Lions Club just sent us a check. My husband is with the Utica Shelby Kiwanis. That s how I got introduced to them as a service club and that s why they have been aware of our organization from the onset. The Utica Shelby Kiwanis Club already had 15 kids wish lists, and they gave us $5,000 from their recent raffle,
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Dinner for Two Anywhere in World. All of these wonderful generous angels are working for these children.

We are trying to do Oakland County as well. Last year, we took care of over 1,200 children at Christmas. We got red cleaners bags with drawstrings and each child got a Santa bag gift specifically filled for them, she said.

We work with the Department of Human Services and others that deal with placement. We have lists with the child s first name, age, gender, size, and the children put down three wishes along with their special needs or interests. The little ones might get a LeapFrog and LeapPad, trucks and trains or set of LEGOs, Ninja Turtles and Batman, doll houses and baby dolls with strollers and diapers. Some love to build things or do arts and crafts. Each child gets to feel special, even if it s just for one day.

The older ones are asking for UGG type boots, iPads and other electronics with ear buds. The older ones rely on us for electronics. Without a tablet and WiFi you can t even apply for a job. You don t do that in person any more. In most cases, we re all they have. They ask for jeans and winter coats, Timberland boots the waterproof ones that keep your feet dry and warm and last forever.

They don t want the other kids at school to know they are foster kids from abuse and neglect. They want to dress like the other kids and want them to think they have families. Some can t stay in the same school system when they are moved around to different homes and facilities. They lose their friends and nothing is stable in their lives, even the caseworkers which have a great turnover, she said.

There was this 17 year old. All he wanted was Nike shoes. He opened his red Santa bag and just stared for a minute. We asked if there was something wrong and he said no, that he just had never received a wrapped gift ever in his life. When you think that volunteering isn t important, it makes you wish that you had been the one to wrap that gift with extra care and special ribbons.

This beautiful young man with a beautiful personality got a job and set himself up in an apartment. He got a car but has to drive a bike to work because he makes $1,200 a month and his car insurance is $3,800 a month. These kids can t get a family discount because they don t have families.

The older kids are what we have the largest impact on, Toia said. They are so generous with their younger siblings. They want to split their gifts with their little brothers and sisters so they don t have to struggle as much. They hover over them like a parent, she said.

Kiwanis sponsors shopping trip

The Utica Shelby Kiwanis Club is providing a special Christmas for 20 families by taking them on a shopping spree on Dec. 10 at a local Walmart store. The club is a sponsor of the Shelby Township Jingle Bell Run on Dec. 18 that benefits Utica area charities.

Brad Suggs, principal of West Utica Elementary School, recently expressed his appreciation for what the club does for the school paying for food for students, and reading books to them, providing more than $10,000 in books to the students, backpacks containing school supplies, providing business prospective on Career Focus Day. Members supported its running club, and STEM Program.

The club says that every $10 donation purchases 36 snacks or purchases dozens of books for students or feeds a family of a half dozen packaged meals. Ten dollars purchases one backpack filled with school supplies; buys 10 water bottles for students participating in the after school running program, or purchases scarves, hats and mittens for two children.

Buy gift cards for foster teens

The Mount Clemens Kiwanis Club gift card drive for Macomb County foster care teens asks for $10 and $20 cards for restaurants, stores and malls and movie theaters. Cards may be dropped off to Jill Johnson at Printing By Johnson, 1430 South Gratiot Ave., Mount Clemens. Club members are ringing Salvation Army kettle bells on Dec. 10 and Dec. 17 at a Walmart store.
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The fourth series will irk of an inner city spray tan for no other reason than the fact it’s been glorified by a commercial network’s multi million dollar cheque book and the emphasis is on that word ‘commercial’.

When Kath says, “Look at me Kimmy! Look at me look at me!” Well, we’ll go to look and collide with a Kleenex Tissue ad instead.

The mug shot on my first Metway Bank ATM card confirms that I was somewhat of a bogan growing up. In my Reddy Dolphins jersey, the pre mullet mullet wasn’t a great look so surprisingly, I’m not a huge watcher of the show and I’ve got no idea why.

But that’s not the basis on which I sound the death knell.

At first glance Good News Week, The Fat, Club Buggery, Keeping up Appearances etc all lie wasted in an elephant graveyard. In a long black veil, only Aunty delivers dead flowers these days.

Even Fawlty Towers was sodomised by an unceremonious flirt with one of the taller TV towers. How can you bisect Manuel’s hamster and Basil’s Waldorf salad with an ad for Pepsi Max? Some shows just aren’t suited.

Now you might be such a dedicated follower of the foxy morons that you believe they’ll survive the frayed cord of the commercial curling wand, and maybe they will.

But if you ask me, I reckon their bums look too big in it.

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Money as we know is the root of all evil and it is very disappointing to see Kath and Kimmy moving to commercial TV. The other stations who have been lacking a good Aussie program have flexed there muscles and outbid the ABC to secure K as their own. We all know that channel 7 at the moment has the market share of viewers with a fine line up of American shows. But for a show of this genre to be cut and discected by commercial breaks leaves me very concerned for its future. The one saving grace may be their loyal fan base, the ones who cling to their “sayings” and aussie “culture”. We can only hope that the ABC can secure another aussie program and help it climb to heights that Kath and Kim have reached.

I don’t really look down on anyone for wanting to improve their bank balance we’re all trying to do our best in that respect but to compromise the integral ingredients for success is a dangerous game. The question I ask is will the show survive? RMc

Kath and Kim tried to get another deal with the ABC, but good old Aunty wasn’t coming to the table. In the end the Kath and Kim production company began making the new series without a TV station to call home.

Good on them for going to channel 7 and it is just another poor decision by the ABC.

If it wasn’t for them showing the Qld Cup on a Saturday afternoon I don’t think I would ever watch a show on the ABC. The ABC have been axeing shows all around including the top rated show The Glass house with Wil Anderson, really bad loss that one. If the ABC dont be careful they will lose every high rated show to other networks.

Im just thinking if they are on seven now what are channel seven going to take off their network, and another thing ABC suits Kath and Kim not channel seven. But then again the money factor always comes into play doesnt it?

Its also a pitty the show also made Warnie miss you lovely poem at the Cricket Victoria awards. so sorry to hear bout that mate.

The perfect interchange swap would be Desperate Housewives (out) for Kath Kim (in) RMc

But rightly so the ABC would have been making bank on all the DVDs, merch (tea towels, aprons, etc) and overseas rights sales. So it is good seeing them being able to get some of the coin for the creativity and hard work that has gone into the characters for so many years.

Although I agree there is unfortunately a very well trodden path of commercial TV messing up great shows from the ABC. I don’t think you need to worry about Kath and Kim being “glorified by a commercial network’s multi million dollar cheque” at least not for the first season on Seven because they’ve already got at least half the episodes in the can and were shopping them around the networks.

The other aspect that I think will help maintain the original quality over the long term that made people fall in love with the show is that the last 2 series of K were not ABC productions and were produced directly by Gina and Jane. They already have that experience of working autonomously and not letting network interference get in the way of the on screen product.

Sounds like you’re into it Anthony. Thanks for your insight.

What a tragedy! In Kath and Kim’s own words I do not believe this was a ‘noice’ thing to do to the ABC. Apparently though, these ladies not do care about selling out for commercial profit and undermining the credibility of their show. Their also not above flaunting how little the ABC could afford with statements like, “They’re paying us literally hundreds of dollars per episode. (The ABC) could only afford $10.” What about the priceless opportunity ABC afforded them by taking a chance on their ‘little’ show when no body else cared too? This obviously does not hold much water these two, who, in the off season have been hawking their shows to America and Europe to make an extra buck. When are stars going to realise that the ABC commands a stauch and loyal following and by selling out they are only hurting themselves? I can’t speak for all of Australia, but this is one person who will definitely by looking at the tv guide before settling down with the foxy morons again.
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Jay Leno claims to be enjoying his inaugural cup of joe in the latest episode of Jerry Seinfeld’s hit online series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.

The funny fellows set off in a 1949 Porsche 356/2, one of the first performance cars the German automaker ever produced, and head to Jones Coffee Roasters in Pasadena, Calif.

“Having my first cup of coffee, ever,” Jay reveals as they peruse the massive bags of beans stacked in the back of the trendy caf grinders whirring in the background.

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“What kind of spoon is this?” the Tonight Show host asks as he added milk and sugar to his first ever coffee, joking about the tiny spoon’s usefulness in the cocaine department.
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Khloe Kardashian celebrated the eight month mark of her pregnancy in Japan with a series of new baby bump pics. time a photo of herself standing with sister Kourtney Kardashian inside Arashiyama Bamboo Forest in Kyoto. Khloe showcased her baby bump in a bubblegum pink and white empire waist bodycon mini dress, paired with white sneakers and a pink fur coat.

Khloe, who also traveled to Japan with sister Kim Kardashian, is expecting her first child with boyfriend and Cleveland Cavaliers player Tristan Thompson. They have not revealed the sex of their child, although the colors of her latest maternity style have fueled some fan speculation.

Earlier this week, an insider told E! News that while Khloe is “feeling great” and is “very excited,
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“Tristan is very reassuring and helps calm her nerves and makes her feel better,” the source said. “He is extremely positive and nurturing and she loves that she can go through this experience with someone so wonderful.”

Khloe recently took to Twitter to defend her choice to travel abroad during the third trimester of her pregnancy.

“I’m allowed to travel according to my dr,” she wrote. “Of course, before our flight, I took all precautions and got my body checked from my dr and I’m completely healthy. I wouldn’t put my baby at risk in any way.”

She also fired back at people who criticized her choice to cradle her baby bump in photos.

“People are very opinionated about my bump. I choose to cradle my bump because it’s MINE,” she said. “I’ve waited for this VERY short moment for YEARS. I have only months to enjoy this phase in my life, so I will touch my bump and love my bump as often as I choose. Mommy loves you baby!
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Jay Martin is the CEO of Joshua’s Storehouse and has been for almost 10 years. Before that, he was a fundraiser for the nonprofit agency. He has been in Casper for 40 years 17 as a teacher at Natrona County High School, then after retirement, he went into a mortgage brokerage business, and then worked with the American Red Cross and Special Olympics Wyoming. “Then I settled here and found a home,” he said of Joshua’s.

What is Joshua’s Storehouse? We are a volunteer food pantry with one paid staff, I guess you could say; I work on a stipend. We supply food to people in the city of Casper and Natrona County. We verify their existence through a driver’s license and Social Security card, and then we give them as much food as they need for as long as they need it. We give away food for balanced meals. We don’t consider a package of crackers as a meal here.

Tell us about the numbers you served in 2015. (As of Tuesday) we have served 1,135 first timers, 10,661 children, 23,677 adults, for a total of 34,338 persons served through the door. Those people make up 8,001 households. During the year, we have given away 742,435 pounds of food.

How do you get your food and money? A good portion comes from food drives the students at our high schools and elementary schools are just phenomenal. Volunteers come in off the street and say, here it is, we get 25,000 or 30,000 pounds that way. We buy a great deal from Food Bank of the Rockies, and they donate a bunch to us. An awful lot of our produce comes to us from them. We give produce and other perishables out once a week, and the people come and get what they need. Pizza Hut is under contract with us, we get 400 or 500 pounds of pizza a month. Little Caesars give us 15 to 20 pizzas a day and we freeze them. We buy a lot from groceries here one sells to us at their cost with no shipping added. Don’t call me cheap, but I take the most congenial prices I can get. It takes a lot of money to run this organization as far as food goes. We also take a lot of groceries from people leaving town as long as it’s sealed and the date is good. Kids in Distressed Situations. We were recommended by the Wyoming Department of Family Services. Anybody Title I or free or reduced lunches qualifies. We get goods from national manufacturers and distribute it all. It started with pillow pets odd little creatures but we gave them away. We have received over $500,000 worth of goods for a cost to us of $5,000. We’ve had Sketchers shoes and Ugg boots and shoes. We added Head Start and Early Head Start for the Gymboree stuff we get. We get $40 to $50,000 a year in clothing and we get it free. Recently, we’ve had almost $300,000 worth of Eddie Bauer high quality coats and vests and those were for the older kids, like junior high.

How can people help? We need some volunteer time, need a volunteer driver. Their cash really helps us out more than anything. The McMurrys and Subaru have been very generous. Our future doesn’t belong to us, it belongs to our children. We believe in taking care of children and they in turn will take care of us. We say service to the Lord through service to the community in everything we do.
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Today, we celebrate the 30th birthday of a national treasure, a beacon of light amid the ever darkening times, a place to rest your weary bones and eat chicken wings, a place with boobs: Hooters.

The first Hooters opened in Clearwater, Fla. and, as legend has it, one cofounder convinced that year’s Jose Cuervo bikini contest winner into becoming their first employee. Thus was born the Hooters Girl.

Tonight, Hooters is hosting a nation wide Hooters Girl Reunion to celebrate. In a video on their site, one Hooters Girl gushes, “Working at the store is awesome. It’s like being a rock star in my own little town.”

But what does it really take to work at the restaurant? We asked a few former Hooters Girls. Here’s everything they had to say:

1. It doesn’t really matter if you have any serving experience. Hooters cares more about your personality.

2. More importantly, Hooters found a loophole to hire their girls based on looks: They get away with hiring “thin” and “pretty” girls because they are hired as entertainers, not servers.

3. You don’t have to have double D’s to work there though. All sizes of boobs are welcome, from A to F! But some girls will wear two or three bras or bras that are too small, to amp their cleavage up.

4. During training, they take the time to teach new hires how to draw an owl in ketchup.

5. Hooters Girls must wear sneakers and socks. And there is a correct way to scrunch the sock. If done properly, it can actually make your legs look leaner.

6. And pantyhose, which the girls have to buy themselves. The official coloring is “suntan.”

7. Hair must be down at all times. No ponytails allowed, ever.

8. You have to wear makeup every day. It’s in the handbook. (Their website says makeup “should appear natural to best accentuate your features” and that mascara and lipstick are required.)

9. Hooters Girls only wear black on Friday.

10. Once a month is special costume day and Hooters Girls must supply their own costumes. November might be military themed, December is Christmas or winter themed. There’s firefighter night, police night, country night, animals night, etc.

11. Hooters Girls can trade tank tops with other stores. So if you ever see a girl at, say, the Hollywood location in a Boston tank top, she went there and traded a top with another Hooters Girl. The only location that won’t trade is Vegas. They make you buy the tank top and show a pay stub for proof you work there.

12. You have to get approval to wear the Hooters crop top. “Basically your stomach has to be flat and you can’t have any muffin top,” one former Hooters Girl told us. “Which is basically impossible in those shorts.”

13. Hooters Girls in some cold weather climates get to wear long sleeves).

14. Hooters Girls cannot come to or leave work with their uniform showing, other than the shoes (for safety reasons). If a girl wears her uniform outside of work she is supposed to be fired immediately.

15. That said, former Hooters Girls do get to keep the uniforms, so you can wear it for Halloween after you quit or get fired!

16. Shifts are assigned based on sales. “Hooters Girls hustle the merchandise to try and get better shifts.”

17. There are 16 steps to Hooters Girls customer service and, technically, a minimum of three Hooters Girls are supposed to stop by your table during your meal. It’s called the E3 system: Every Hooters Girl, Every Guest, Every Day.

18. If a couple comes in, Hooters Girls are supposed to sit next to the girl the guy appear less threatening.

19. “College guys make the best customers,” our former Hooters Girl revealed. “The ones that go to Hooters tend to be shy but far more respectful. Drunk 40 year old men are the worst.”

20. Hugs are discouraged between Hooters Girls and customers. Sometimes forbidden.

21. When it’s slow, it’s not uncommon to find Hooters Girls playing board games with the customers. “I’ve had a blast playing Connect Four with some Marines,” one Girl told us.

22. You learn choreographed dances during training and if you hear a particular song start playing when you’re on the clock, you’re supposed to stop every and dance.

23. There are songs and chants for birthdays and “Hooter’s virgins.” Our former Hooters Girl says, “They pretty much exist to make the girls look dumb and embarrass the guests.”

24. Cell phones are forbidden on the floor. The Hooters Girls we spoke to had never seen it happen, but had heard stories about managers taking girls’ pouches and slamming them on the ground if they think she has her cell phone on her.
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She also produces the popular Sexy Singles feature that each summer spotlights the hottest bachelors and bachelorettes in Philly and the Oprah style Favorite Things Holiday Gift Guide/Giveaway. Armstrong appears regularly on local TV and radio. Before joining the Daily News, she worked at the Washington Post, the Associated Press, and other media outlets. When she not at work, Armstrong enjoys participating in area road races, traveling to foreign countries,
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It really runs the gamut. I’m talking everything from fantasy gifts such as a luxurious couples massage at the Rittenhouse Hotel to a very practical week’s worth of groceries from Acme. There are coupons for a free lunch and mulled wine at Christmas Village by City Hall, too.

Family togetherness that’s a major theme for My Favorite Things this year, so the Faves gift pack includes “Disney on Ice” and Flyers tickets. And the new Fashionista Barbies by Mattel. But we haven’t forgotten stocking stuffers either including the O key ring that was on Oprah’s list last year.

Walking through the Christmas Village at JFK Plaza with a mug of hot, mulled wine is one of my all time favorite things to do during the holidays. You’ll get gift cards to cover lunch for two and wine or hot cocoa. Christmas Village, with dozens of vendors selling traditional European food and presents, is open daily through Dec. 27 at 15th and Arch streets.
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Kids Cavern steps into footwear marketCHILDRENS wear store Kids Cavern has expanded with what it claims is the only stand alone childrens’ shoe store in Merseyside.00:00, 29 MAR 2010Updated01:47, 8 MAY 2013Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!

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CHILDRENS wear store Kids Cavern has expanded with what it claims is the only stand alone childrens’ shoe store in Merseyside.

The Cavern Walks based business has taken over an extra unit on the centre’s first floor dedicated to footwear boasting UGG boots, D Kids, Armani Junior, Lelli Kelly and Kickers.

Store owner Tracey Shelvey said: “In the last three years we have more than doubled our sales turnover on shoes so it seemed like a natural choice.”

Cavern Walks commercial director Derek Millar added: “We are really pleased with the expansion of Kids Cavern and the commitment that Tracey and her team, including husband Danny, have made to the centre.
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