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WBC’s “Want Ad”

Here is a list of some things we could really use at the Camp right now. Please take a moment to look it over and see if you have any of these items, lying around unused and taking up space, that you could donate. It will be a big help to the Camp and we’ll see that you receive a valuable letter of receipt, good for income tax purposes.

To donate items, please email Gary Kocher, or call him at the Camp office, 360-652-7575 ext. 244.


• 42″ or larger Plasma TV
• Video projector, 2000 lumens or better
• HD-DVD player
• CD Boom-box
• Adjustable metal music stands
• “Mity-Lite” 8-foot folding tables
• U-Haul-style truck with Easy-Lift tailgate
• Pickup trucks, ¾- or 1-ton, 1990 or newer
• Sea Kayaks
• Golf Carts, gas or electric
• Mechanical/woodworking/construction tools
• Yard/garden/farm tools or equipment
• Trash containers, 32 gal. or larger, with wheels
• 30-40 gal. storage tubs
• Christmas decorations
• Christmas lights, assorted colors
• Artificial Christmas Trees, all sizes
• Ribbon, 12″ wide, assorted colors
• Small Toys for decorations
• Plywood sheets, 4′ x 8′
• Extension cords, outdoor grade
• Zip Ties, 4″ clear
• Outdoor latex paint (white)
• Batteries, sizes D, AA, and AAA
• Flashlights, medium size
• Small toys and wrapped candy for give-a-ways

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