Local church to hand out toys to struggling families
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ALBANY, N.Y. – After hearing of a "toy shortage" this year,
a local church will hold a Christmas toy giveaway for children.
Victory Christian Church purchased a tractor trailer load of
toys and gave them to local charities, Albany Boys and Girls Club, Sandy
victims – and the rest will be given to families struggling this Christmas.
Over 2000 toys will be handed out Saturday at noon outside
the Victory Church located at 118 Quail St. in Albany.
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