Salvation Army distributes holiday cheer, toys
DeKALB – Doris Anderson didn’t mind standing outside in the snowy weather for about 10 minutes Tuesday to collect toys and clothes at The Salvation Army Community Center.
Anderson was one of hundreds of families that could not afford Christmas toys for their children. This year, 943 families with 2,176 children are registered said Greg Billings, Salvation Army food pantry coordinator.
Anderson, who has cancer, was collecting toys for children ages 12, 11, 8 and 6. She told her kids to always be grateful in good times because “you never know” what the future has in store.
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