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Salvation Army to Hold Toy Distribution on Tuesday

Written by The Two River Times. Posted in News

Children of Rumson Department of Public Works employees helped with the DPW's annual toy drive for families in need this year. Pictured left to right are Michael Guinan, 11, and Matthew Guinan, 9, of Eatontown; Brodie Davidson, 6, and Taylor Davidson, 9, of Rumson. DPW workers and their elves collected more than 1,000 new toys which will be delivered to area charities to brighten the holidays for those in need this year.

Published on December 16, 2011 with No Comments

RED BANK – Those who missed the signup dates for Christmas assistance from the Red Bank Corps of the Salvation Army have one more chance to get toys only.

On Tuesday, Dec. 20, those who want toys for their children can come to the rear of the corps’ center at 180 Newman Springs Rd. between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.

The Salvation Army will require photo identification from applicants (driver license or another form of state identification or a passport). Assistance will be limited to Monmouth County residents.

People may not apply who already are receiving or plan to receive holiday assistance from another organization, church or agency.

Questions may be directed to the Red Bank Corps at (732) 747-1624.

Children of Rumson Department of Public Works employees helped with the DPW's annual toy drive this year. Pictured left to right are Michael Guinan, 11, and Matthew Guinan, 9, of Eatontown; Brodie Davidson, 6, and Taylor Davidson, 9, of Rumson. DPW workers and their elves collected more than 1,000 new toys which will be delivered to area charities to brighten the holidays for those in need this year.

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