The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

Local News

December 13, 2013

It’s not too late to donate to 83rd Mac’s Toy Fund

Mac’s Toy Fund is continuing preparations for its 83rd annual toy distribution event.

Donations of used toys can be taken to Crossroads Chevrolet or BJW Printing on Robert C. Byrd Drive in Beckley.

Bicycles for the Beckley Board of Realtors’ drive can be taken to ERA Advantage, 3082 Robert C. Byrd Drive, to Beckley Fire Station No. 3 on Eisenhower Drive and behind the Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center.

Gently used coats for adults and children can be dropped off at Chateau Interiors; Indie Sparrow Boutique in Beckley; Shady Spring Elementary, Middle and High schools; Ghent Elementary; Daniels Elementary; Walgreen’s, Kroger and CVS in Beaver; Family Coin Laundry and Big Lots in Beckley; Chick-fil-A at The Galleria; Raleigh General Hospital cafeteria; Kroger stores in Beckley Crossing and on Harper Road; Sam’s Club; The Register-Herald and Jump Zone at Beckley Plaza.

Monetary donations are needed to fund costs of the event.

The latest donations are from:

- William and Jeanette Phillips of Daniels, in memory of Jim Lowry, $20

- Butch and Linda Freeman of Daniels, “Merry Christmas to the children and a big thank you to the volunteers,” $50

- Bobby and Susan Green of Daniels, in memory of Marvin Lamb, $50

- Larry and Peggy Weidensall of Crab Orchard, in memory of our loving parents, $35

- Willing Workers — Trina, Anna, Alicia, Doris, Ernice and Ann, president, $100

- Roger, Judy and Jamie Mitchem of Beckley, $150

- Billy Gene Jr. and Kathy Lilly of Ghent, in memory of Bill Lilly Sr., $250

- Tony and Aneta Bazzie of Beckley, $25

- Henry and Nellie McGhee of Beckley, in memory of Hubert and Gladys Blackwell, $25

- Men’s Bible Class, First Christian Church, “Thank you for helping the children. God bless,” $100

- Lodge 1070 John Scott IBPOEW, Beckley, $25

- Paul and Mabel Loflin, “Our thanks to all the volunteers who make this season a happy one for so many children,” $25

- Dreama Pate of Glen Morgan, in memory of husband John N. Pate, $30

- Lowell Cawley of Beckley, in memory of wife Gloria and in honor of grandchildren and great-grandchildren, $25

- Linda Day and family of Beckley, in memory of beloved husband on the second Christmas without him, $50

- Adam and Imogene Hamrick of Shady Spring, in honor of Anthony Aaront, Fellowship Sunday School teacher, Shady Spring Baptist Church, $25

- Kenneth Paugh of Bradley, for loved ones, $100

Today’s total: $1,085

Total to date:

$14,834.42

Send donations to:

Mac’s Toy Fund

P.O. Box 2398

Beckley, WV 25801

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