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Crowds greet Toys for Tots train

07 December 2017

You may drop off new, unwrapped toys at the store during business hours, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. -5 p.m.

"We are excited to partner with Toys for Tots now for the 9th year", stated Paul Francisco, COO at WCG Hotels.

Volunteers collecting, sorting, and delivering toys throughout Harford County, reaching as many families as they can in time for the holidays.

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A special "Toys for Tots" train, operated by the Dover and Rockaway River, Norfolk Southern, and NJ Transit railroads, will make stops at six locations across central and northwestern Morris County this weekend, collecting toys and giving kids a chance to meet Santa. Sannes said for people who want to help Toys for Tots, there is a strong need to collect more toys for boys and girls between ages 6 to 15.

"We are in the beginning phases of our toy collection". In 2016, Toys for Tots spent an additional $10 million to bridge the gap between donations and demand.

"Toys for Tots was a cause that is near and dear to our heart and still is", Poremba said. Faith Christian School has stepped up to help Toys for Tots over the years.

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It may not be the North Pole, but the Toys for Tots warehouse in Harford County might as well be. While they have already collected thousands of toys, they are still looking for more.

Sannes works with social workers from both Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools and Edgecombe County Public Schools to identify what children should receive the toys in Nash and Edgecombe counties.

"What I hope it does is let those individuals know there's someone out there that's still making sure that they feel loved and appreciated", Renaud said.

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The Toys for Tots drive continues until December 21.

Crowds greet Toys for Tots train