The Long Beach Ronald McDonald House, the newest program of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California, is located on the Long Beach Memorial Hospital campus. The Long Beach Ronald McDonald House provides low-cost temporary housing for families of seriously ill children receiving treatment at Miller Children’s Hospital and other nearby medical facilities.
Designed as a refuge that provides all the comforts of home, the Long Beach Ronald McDonald House has 23 bedrooms with private bathrooms, communal living and dining rooms, a kitchen, and laundry facilities. Children can play in a designated playroom and game facility.
TOY AND GIFT DONATIONS
Thank you for participating in the Ronald McDonald Toy Drive.
The toys/clothing items will benefit children from 4-18. They must be unwrapped and new.
Items for Infants/Toddlers
Stacking toys, rattlers/tethers, floor playmates, play gyms, trains, play gyms, building blocks,cribs/stroller toys and baby clothing.
Play sets, toy cars/trucks, Lego, building sets and costumes, dolls, remote control cars.
Make up or nail kits, 20.00 gift cards and pajama pants, art kits,wallets/purses and mp3 players.
Thanks again for putting a smile on a child's face and for your generous contributions.
Los Cerritos District President
2018–2020 Los Cerritos District
President: Robbie Hicklin
VP-Dean: Elisa Trasoras
2nd VP-Membership: Judy Dessel
3rd VP-Program: Laura Oropeza
4th VP-Fundraising: Sandra Richardson/
Recording Secretary: Julie Lehenbauer
Corresponding Secretary: Pat Martin
Treasurer: Ruby Cure
Financial Secretary: Gerda Trutzl
Parliamentarian: Barbee Heiny
Public Relations: Jean Williams
"Working Together In Unity For Federation"
CARE and CONCERN
On Wednesday Nov. 01, 2018, Paula Grimes experienced a fall at the gym and broke her hip. She was in surgery the next day and she is doing just fine after some blood transfusion. Paula is now at Southland Rehab. for physical therapy.
Southland Rehab is located at 11701 Stidebaker Road in Norwalk.
So perhaps you can send Paula a card or go by to see her. I bet that would put a smile on her face.
Robbie Hicklin, Pres.
LCD Women's Club