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One-time donation July 4th Weekend - Frozen & Fresh

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Post by SuperMommywith5kids on Sat Jul 03, 2010 10:25 am

I just realize it sounds like I'm not interested. I am interested. I'm hoping you won't be far from where I am.

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Post by SuperMommywith5kids on Sat Jul 03, 2010 10:24 am

I may possibly be interested. I'm in MA. What part of CT will you be in so I can figure out how far you are from MA if the milk is still available.

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One-time donation July 4th Weekend - Frozen & Fresh

Post by duckiec on Fri Jul 02, 2010 8:14 pm

Hello!

I will be visiting family in CT this weekend, and already have some milk in their deep freeze, plus will be pumping while there and won't likely use any of it. Not sure how many oz, but I can count the existing freezer stash when I get there, and that on top of most of the pumped is up for grabs Tuesday morning for pickup outside of Hartford, CT. I'm a 34yo mom of two, currently donating to three families down here in MD. I could bring it home to them, but would rather give it to someone locally. This is NOT dairy, meat, or chocolate (Smile) free milk, but generally healthy diet, just pre-natals, and a little bit of caffeine once in awhile via decaf and regular sweet tea. Looking forward to helping someone!

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