www.oakwoodregister.com • Follow us on Facebook Little Exchange donates $12,000, 12 wagons to CMC During the Little Exchange annu-
al meeting on Aug. 31, 2011, Board President Nancy Rambasek pre- sented a check for $12,000 to The Children's Medical Center of Dayton for continuing support of the Family Resource Center at the hospital. Susan Brockman, Patient-Family Communications Manager,
and Jill Lewis,
Development Associate, Annual Gifts, graciously accepted the donation. Along with the check, 12 wagons were donated by the volunteers of the Little Exchange to help with transporting patients around the medical center.
Construction is underway for
the new location of the Family Resource Center, which will be located just off the main lobby. The Resource Center provides kits on controlling allergens, bicycle safety, car seat safety, etc., along with instructional books and DVD's on all types of health con- ditions. In addition to providing information on health and safety issues, the Family Resource Center will also be partnering with Legal
Aid to provide a lawyer one day per week to consult patients' families on financial and legal issues. The center also loans books and DVD's to schools and health departments.
The Little Exchange is cele-
brating its sixtieth year and since its inception has donated over $1,400,000 to Dayton Children's. The Little Exchange is a non-profit fine gift shop located at 45 Park Avenue in Oakwood. Over 100 volunteers assist in the store each month, cashiering and wrapping gifts. The Little Exchange stocks exquisite baby and children's cloth- ing, unique wedding gifts, one of a kind home décor, gourmet kitchen items, jewelry and other unusual gifts. The Little Exchange is open Monday through Friday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Thursday 10 a.m. – 7 p.m., and Saturday 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
For more information about
The Little Exchange, visit www. thelittleexchange.org or call 937-299-1561. To contact The Family Resource Center at Dayton Children's, call 937-641-3700 or visit www.childrensdayton.org.
Tossing the pigskin
The Little Exchange board members with wagons for Children's Medical Center.
Sophomore Lumberjack quarterback Max Banke hurls a bomb towards the end zone during the Friday night game at Oakwood's first home game of the season. The Jacks were defeated by the Milton Union Bulldogs by a score of 23-13.
Photo by Jeff Breidenbach