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90's FAMILY : The Gifts That Give Twice

November 22, 1995

Holiday gift-giving can be done with a lot of goodwill. Say you purchase the umbrella ($60) as a gift: 35% of that sale will wind up at the Pediatric AIDS Foundation. The fund-raiser is sponsored by Peoplefirst in conjunction with People magazine. Other gifts to choose from: a beautiful silk scarf ($85), silk tie ($65), and Zack T-shirts ($15) and sweat shirts ($25). The shirts, with sketches of a train, a cat or Zack's favorite stuffed panda, Bumby, were drawn by Zachary Fried, who died of AIDS when he was 5. Phone (310) 395-9051 to order; call by Dec. 1 for holiday delivery.

Events

Today, the Glendale Public Library invites children 6 and older to enjoy stories and make clothespin dolls, 3:30-4:30 p.m. Free; all materials provided. 222 E. Harvard St., Glendale. Call (818) 548-2035 . . . View the lighting of the San Gabriel Valley's tallest Christmas tree on Dec. 3. The 50-foot tree will be lighted outside the main entrance of Rose Hills, 3888 S. Workman Mill Road, Whittier. (Wear warm clothes.) 6-7:30 p.m.

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