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Nat Ellis

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Klamath Falls

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Klamath Falls

1336 Avalon Street

Klamath Falls, Oregon,97603

United States

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Teacher Sells 25-Year-Old Toy Collection to Help Buy Special Wheelchair for Disabled Boy - Abilities Canada - Abilities Magazine

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To raise the remaining amount needed for Logan's wheelchair, Nat Ellis, Klamath Union High School's business and marketing teacher, decided to sell his collection of 1,139 toys from fast food restaurants on eBay.
"I was going to sell them to go towards my retirement," Ellis told ABC News. "I just thought it was a good way to give it off to someone else." He started his collection after a student put a toy on his desk 25 years ago. "Another kid put another one, and a couple more came. And then I just started adding to it," Ellis said. "There's several toys there that are probably worth $30 to $60 each." Ellis said he had never met Logan or his family before this year and just wanted to help the cause his school had taken on. He had his students create a press release and spread the word out on social media about the auction, which ended this morning. The person who won the auction, donated the collection back to Ellis, so that he could auction the collection again in hopes of raising more money. So the best thing you can do is help as many people as possible," Ellis said.


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For additional information contact Nat Ellis, DECA Advisor, Klamath Union High School, Ellisn@kfalls.k12.or.us


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Klamath Union, Nat Ellis


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Nat Ellis.
Nat Ellis. Nat Ellis, a teacher at Klamath Union High School, had collected 1139 toys from fast food restaurants - a hobby sparked after a student put a toy on his desk 25 years ago. "I was going to sell them to go towards my retirement," Mr Ellis told ABC News. He said each of the toys were worth $40 to $80 each. The toys were sold on eBay. (Nat Ellis) The toys were sold on eBay. (Nat Ellis) "I just thought it was a good way to give it off to someone else," he said. One of the toys on sale. (Nat Ellis) One of the toys on sale. (Nat Ellis)


Oregon DECA

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Nat Ellis
Advisor Board Member


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