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Toy Story for Christmas Campaign

Mainstreet Banner.jpgIt's been a busy few days for people at Murphy's Community Centre. The group at the centre has collected twice as many toys, games and books as last year as part of its Toy Story for Christmas campaign. This is the second year the centre has been collecting gently used and new gifts for kids. Families that are having a hard time at Christmas pick up what they need, so everyone has something under the tree.

Maggie Brown went to the Centre to take a look...and spoke with Tracy Lynn Elsworth. She's the supervisor of Teen Zone, the after school program at the Murphy Centre.

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