To all families in need of help this holiday season. Mendota can help you in a small way. If you need a gift card this holiday season. Please email the Mendota office. Tell us how many kids you have and their ages. To determine how many gift cards, you may receive. We will be giving out gift cards instead of toys. Mendota has been giving out gift cards for 3 years now. Mendota has given out toys for almost 30 years. The holidays are approaching us, we are having our Christmas Party Saturday on Dec 2, 12-4. This is also a potluck please bring a dish to pass. Please bring gift cards for the families in need in this holiday season. We have about 26 families I ‘m sure there will be a lot more. Most can not afford anything for their children. Visa card are the best cards, also from Target, Walmart, Cub any where, any amount will be appreciated. From $25.00 to $200.00 or what ever you want to give.
GIFT CARDS WILL NOT BE HANLDED OUT AT THE CHRISTMAS PARTY. YOU NEED TO SIGN FOR YOUR REQUEST AT A LATER TIME AFTER THE PARTY. BY EMAILING US AT MENDOTA DAKOTADAKOTA@GMAIL.COM. WE WILL HAVE A BOX TO PUT THE GIFT CARD IN, FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO ARE GIVING.
Please email Sharon at email@example.com to put in your request. Please no phone calls. My phone will ring off the hook. Please have your request in by Dec 15th at the latest. You may be able to pick up gift cards as early as Dec 10th.
Most of these gift cards are from lineal members of Mendota, honoring members, churches, nuns and many kind people who want to help you.
Please send gift cards to
MMDTC, Tribal Chair C/O Sharon Lennartson
945 Redwood Dr Apple Valley, MN 55124.
Once I get gift cards I take them to the office. Or bring gift cards to the Christmas Party Sat Dec 2, 12-4 potluck. At 1200 Centre Pointe Curve, Mendota Heights, MN 55120. Suite 150 down stairs far left side by Farmer Ins.
Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays.
The Mendota Tribal Council.
Tribal Chairwoman: Sharon Lennartson.
Vice Chairperson: Steven Renville.
Treasurer: Joseph Lennartson.
Secretary: Danielle Ross.
Historian: Greg Strandmark.
Love Sharon Lennartson, Tribal Chair