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The program was started up again Monday, December 3, and is providing tickets drivers the unique opportunity until Monday, December 17 at 4:30 p.m. to hand in their toys.

Donations are being accepted at Fort St. John City Hall during regular business hours.

Residents also have the opportunity to bring cash instead, which will also be donated to the Salvation Army.

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Last year, the program helped raise almost 200 toys, along with $1,340 in monetary donations for the Salvation Army.

For more information on the program, contact the City of Fort St. John at 3-1-1.

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