Clubs host holiday toy drive, drop off

Posted 11/16/20

The Boomers Club and Women’s Club are again sponsoring a holiday toy drive this December. However, due to the coronavirus situation, there will be one restriction: this is a toy drop off from …

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Clubs host holiday toy drive, drop off

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The Boomers Club and Women’s Club are again sponsoring a holiday toy drive this December. However, due to the coronavirus situation, there will be one restriction: this is a toy drop off from the car only.

Individuals must remain in their car and drive through the area marked with cones. There will be volunteers in the area to assist those participating.

The event is 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 12 at the west end of the R.H Johnson parking lot, 19803 R.H. Johnson Blvd.

Students from the Nadaburg School District and The Dysart/El Mirage Community Center will receive the donations. The toys can be for boys and girls and should be unwrapped. 

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