October 25, 2004Leesburg-- 62 Lee County foster kids will be having a merrier Christmas this year.
That's because the Leesburg Police Department is having a toy drive for them.
The Ace Hardware on U.S. 19 is one drop off point. Manager Brian Wright says, "Sometimes you don't know how fortunate you are. Sometimes you just have to give back to the less fortunate."
Toys are needed for children aged three months to 16 years old. Bring them unwrapped to the Ace Hardware on U.S. 19, the Leesburg Police Department or the Leesburg Fire Station.
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