The Register-Herald’s 14th Annual Kids for Kids Open House and Toy Drive was held on Saturday, Dec. 3, in Santa’s Cabin at Fort St. Clair. Santa Claus himself came out to welcome the children and families who came out to help him supplement the toys the elves are struggling to keep up with making. All toys collected each year go to the Preble County Christmas for Kids Project, a community collaborative which serves Preble County families during the holiday season. After several large donations and others which were delivered on Monday, Dec. 5, nearly 700 toys were collected, bringing the 14-year total to nearly 12,000 toys. For additional information, watch for The Register-Herald’s upcoming “Letters to Santa” edition.


The Register-Herald’s 14th Annual Kids for Kids Open House and Toy Drive was held on Saturday, Dec. 3, in Santa’s Cabin at Fort St. Clair. Santa Claus himself came out to welcome the children and families who came out to help him supplement the toys the elves are struggling to keep up with making. All toys collected each year go to the Preble County Christmas for Kids Project, a community collaborative which serves Preble County families during the holiday season. After several large donations and others which were delivered on Monday, Dec. 5, nearly 700 toys were collected, bringing the 14-year total to nearly 12,000 toys. For additional information, watch for The Register-Herald’s upcoming “Letters to Santa” edition.

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The Register-Herald’s 14th Annual Kids for Kids Open House and Toy Drive was held on Saturday, Dec. 3, in Santa’s Cabin at Fort St. Clair. Santa Claus himself came out to welcome the children and families who came out to help him supplement the toys the elves are struggling to keep up with making. All toys collected each year go to the Preble County Christmas for Kids Project, a community collaborative which serves Preble County families during the holiday season. After several large donations and others which were delivered on Monday, Dec. 5, nearly 700 toys were collected, bringing the 14-year total to nearly 12,000 toys. For additional information, watch for The Register-Herald’s upcoming “Letters to Santa” edition.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/12/web1_k4k5.jpgThe Register-Herald’s 14th Annual Kids for Kids Open House and Toy Drive was held on Saturday, Dec. 3, in Santa’s Cabin at Fort St. Clair. Santa Claus himself came out to welcome the children and families who came out to help him supplement the toys the elves are struggling to keep up with making. All toys collected each year go to the Preble County Christmas for Kids Project, a community collaborative which serves Preble County families during the holiday season. After several large donations and others which were delivered on Monday, Dec. 5, nearly 700 toys were collected, bringing the 14-year total to nearly 12,000 toys. For additional information, watch for The Register-Herald’s upcoming “Letters to Santa” edition.

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