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Toys For Tots 2012

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BLUEFIELD (WVVA) - If you know of a struggling family that needs help getting their children Christmas presents this year, Toys for Tots may be the answer.

Once again, local Marines and WVVA have teamed up to give area children in need a better holiday season.

To qualify for help, families must first sign up by calling 304-425-5551. The last day for applications is Dec. 10.

If your call is not immediately answered, be sure to follow the directions and leave a detailed message. A Marine volunteer will get back to you as quickly as they can.

Following is the list of donation locations, and the dates and times WVVA crews will be there, broadcasting live.

MONDAY NOV. 26  
5pm Princeton Christmas Parade
TUESDAY NOV. 27  
11:30am-1pm Grants at Crossroads in Princeton
5-6:30pm Hardees near Exit 9 in Princeton
WEDNESDAY NOV. 28  
11:30am-1pm Grants on Mercer St. in Princeton
4-6:30pm Southern Homes of Pineville
THURSDAY NOV. 29  
6-7:30am Hardees on Bluefield Ave. in Bluefield WV
5-6:30pm Ramey Row in Princeton
FRIDAY NOV. 30  
5:30am-11:30pm Walmart in Princeton
SATURDAY DEC. 1  
  Bluefield VA Christmas Parade
MONDAY DEC. 3  
6-7:30am  Hardees in Sophia
11:30am-1pm  Ramey in Beckley
5-6:30pm  Hardees on Stafford Dr. in Princeton
TUESDAY DEC. 4  
11:30am-1pm Grants in Richlands 
5-6:30pm Ramey in Richlands 
WEDNESDAY DEC. 5  
12-1pm  Ramey Ford in Princeton 
4-6:30pm  Southern Homes of Pineville 
THURSDAY DEC. 6   
11:30am-1pm Ramey in Tazewell 
5-6:30pm Grants in Tazewell
FRIDAY DEC. 7  
5:30am-11:30pm Walmart in Bluefield VA 
SATURDAY DEC. 8  
  Bluefield WV Christmas Parade 
   
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