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Kind act

A person contacted us regarding layaways and asked if she could help someone with a layaway  by making an anonymous donation.

Our staff were aware of a customer who had items on layaway for her children and who, due to circumstances beyond her control, really needed financial help.  Our hearts went out to the family and the generous donor as Christmas was now possible for her children. This random act of kindness truly  expresses the meaning of Christmas.

Lynne Taylor

Teeter Totter Toys

Vernon

 

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