December 16, 2013 at 11:57 PM
The gifts my grandmother wrapped were an art form, and I wish I could say the apple didn’t fall far from the tree. But these days it’s tough finding the time for paper and all the trimmings, which was why I headed to the Livingston Mall recently with a sack full of toys and dollars to donate to LHS Project Graduation.
While throwing a gift in a bag with some tissue paper is quick and easy, there’s something to be said about a wrapped gift to show the recipient just how special they are.
And that’s just where LHS Project Graduation steps in, with dozens of volunteer wrappers to help you present your gifts the old-fashioned way. The Project Graduation gift wrap booth is located next to Mrs. Fields Cookies and Barnes and Noble on the lower level of Livingston Mall.
Donations support the drug, alcohol and tobacco-free party for the graduating class at LHS. Learn more about the gift wrap booth and Project Graduation by clicking here.
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