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Last Minute Toy Store

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2 months ago

Children everywhere are experiencing the pure joy of Christmas today all over Nashville. We are delighted to celebrate with them. Thanks to your generous contributions, support and volunteer spirit, thousands and thousands of boys and girls in Davidson county have gifts today. This is the spirit of Christmas. Giving! Let’s now hope and pray for the children we serve and give thanks for their presents and His Presence. May all the children of the world know the true meaning of Christmas. God bless you, and Merry Christmas! ExpandSee Less
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2 months ago

As families make their final preparations and we think about the boys and girls who will wake up with amazing gifts tomorrow, today we want to thank those who founded the Last Minute Toy Store and remain involved after 27 years. Doc Hooks (gave LMtS its name), Dan Armfield (Treasurer), and Joanne Bellar (Registration) remain actively involved. Ms. Wilma Walker stopped by to donate toys this year. She is the daughter of John Walker who was one of the original founders and talked about how much her father loved LMtS. We must also mention Pastor Paul Slentz who set the standard and served LMtS faithfully for so many years. Happy Christmas Eve to you and especially to our founders. Your legacy lives on!Nashville Sheriff: Davidson County Sheriff’s OfficeDale RobbleKelly RobbleDoc HooksDan Armfield ExpandSee Less
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2 months ago

Losers Bar and Grill-Nashville… thank you for providing lunch for hundreds of hungry volunteers last Thursday, Friday and Saturday! You helped sustain us to make it through some long days to give area children Christmas this year. Bless you! ExpandSee Less
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2 months ago

Extra special thank you to DJ Watkins at Superior Industrial Products for loaning this forklift and forklift jackets to LMTS. This equipment helped tremendously behind the scenes taking toys from drop off, into the warehouse and out for delivery to area children. 🙏 ExpandSee Less
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2 months ago

2020 was one of our most challenging years in LMTS history. Just a few months ago, everyone thought there was no way it could happen. With the help of God, the dedication of our amazing LMTS team and the outstanding work of Nashville Sheriff: Davidson County Sheriff’s Office and Daron Hall Nashville Sheriff, together we pulled off what might be called “A Music City Christmas Miracle”! With only 50-70 volunteers each day doing the work of what would normally be 300 (due to COVID-19 distancing restrictions) we were still able to overcome and help thousands and thousands of children receive a wonderful bag of toys for Christmas this year. Granted, we simply couldn’t help everyone, but we did our best to safely make sure thousands and thousands of children will have a great Christmas in Davidson county. To us at LMTS, that makes 2020 the best Christmas ever! God bless LMTS, our volunteers and especially those we serve! Merry Christmas! ExpandSee Less
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2 months ago

Thank you, Nashville Sheriff: Davidson County Sheriff’s Office. Extraordinary teamwork all the way! ExpandSee Less
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2 months ago

We are in the final hour of giving toys to precious children, and Brady Spencer is still dancing. We give all the glory to God for the joy in our hearts and the opportunity to serve these families. ExpandSee Less
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2 months ago

Thank you so much!! We appreciate you! Merry Christmas. ExpandSee Less
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2 months ago

We are at the half way point of the final day of the 2020 contactless drive thru. It’s been our most difficult and challenging year, but we have made it happen to serve those in need this Christmas. Volunteers who have worked so hard all week act absolutely tireless today! God bless them all… and the families who will have toys under their tree this Christmas. ExpandSee Less
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