Troyer Toy Drive today and tomorrow at Home Hardware

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Residents are encouraged to drop off new, unwrapped toys or cash donations. The Salvation Army says it has already seen an increase for toys this year. Toys for children aged 10 years old and up are needed the most, but all donations are welcome. Teenagers can be hard to shop for, but some suggestions are gift cards for iTunes, local clothing stores, and passes to the movies, skating or bowling.

All donations will stay in Fort St. John to help local families.

Moose FM is broadcasting live from Home Hardware throughout the Toy Drive.  

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