December 2, 2009 in City
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Hugh James, 91, paints hundreds of small wheels for wooden trucks for the Christmas Bureau and other charities at Harbor Crest, a retirement center in Spokane Valley on Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2009. The Hoo Hoo Club has built thousands of the little trucks over the years.

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Hundreds of small wooden trucks are ready to be taken to the Christmas Bureau and other charities from Harbor Crest, a retirement center in Spokane Valley on Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2009.

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Ginny Moog, left, and John Schultz join the effort to paint hundreds of small wooden trucks for the Christmas Bureau and other charities at Harbor Crest, a retirement center in Spokane Valley on Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2009.

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Helen Eskeberg helps paint small wooden trucks for the Christmas Bureau and other charities at Harbor Crest, a retirement center in Spokane Valley on Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2009.

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Members of the Hoo Hoo Club pull together to produce hundreds of small wooden trucks for the Christmas Bureau and other charities at Harbor Crest, a retirement center in Spokane Valley Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2009 . The Hoo Hoo Club, started by Jack Eskeberg, standing at upper left, has built thousands of the little trucks over the years. Members of the club include, from left, Helen Eskeberg, Norine Carlson, Jack Eskeberg, Judy Olsen (seated), Gene Olsen, Ginny Moog, Hugh James and John Schultz.

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Members of the Hoohoo Club have produced hundreds of small wooden trucks for the Christmas Bureau and other charities at Harbor Crest, a retirement center in Spokane Valley.