Record pg 8 11-19-20

Record toy collection
WOODSTOCK — The annual Woodstock Toy Collection set new records: 1,806, vs. 1,106  last year in toys and $10,022 vs. $8,116 last year in cash.  You can still  drop off toy donations (new, unwrapped toys in original packaging) or monetary donations at Woodstock Vol. Fire Station or at Community Fire Station through Nov. 20.  Checks, payable to WVFA Woodstock Toy Collection, can also be mailed to WVFA, PO Box 222, South Woodstock, CT  06267.  
The Toy Collection is organized each year by the Woodstock Fire Departments and Community Fire Station 81 in N. Grosvenordale.  
All monetary donations are used to purchase additional toys.  All toy donations are given to local schools and organizations.
“Due to the pandemic and its impact on our economy, this will likely be an especially tough holiday season for families; the needs will be greater than ever,” said Russell Downer, WVFA president. “We are thankful for such a great start and encourage our neighbors who haven’t yet donated to please consider joining this rousing community success,” he said.


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