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Hope for the Holidays drive continues this week

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The Hope for the Holidays toy drive continues this week, and an outpouring of generous donations continues to pile up near the 13abc Christmas tree.

These gifts will go to local families in need, which otherwise might not have as bright of a holiday season.

The Salvation Army coordinates the distribution of these gifts, later this month.

Many local businesses are collecting, across the area. 

To see a complete list of drop-off locations, and for more details on our Friday drive-through at 13abc, head to this page

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