Collection sites in Murrysville area listed
By Daveen Rae Kurutz
Published: Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2012, 8:53 p.m.
The Westmoreland County Toys for Tots program has 26 collection sites in Murrysville, Export and Delmont. Donations of an unwrapped toy for a child as old as 12 years old can be dropped off at any of the following locations through Monday.
• Anytime Fitness, 3851 Old William Penn Highway
• Atlas Chirpractic, 4572 William Penn Highway
• Cars Protection Plus, 4431 William Penn Highway
• Classic Auto ReFinishing, 3729 Old William Penn Highway
• Coldwell Banker Real Estate Services, 3865 Reed Ave.
• Hoss's Steak & Sea House, 3865 William Penn Highway
• IQ Inc., 4071 Lillian Ave.
• Kids First Chiropractic, 4120 William Penn Highway
• Murrysville Auto Clinic, 3835 Old William Penn Highway
• Murrysville Cleaners, 3945 Old William Penn Highway
• Plaza Cleaners, Franklin Plaza
• Prudential Preferred Reality, 4420 William Penn Highway
• Rainbow Connection, 3089 Carson Ave.
• Serenity Salon Boutique, 4075 William Penn Highway
• Italian-American Club, 5930 Kennedy Ave.
• Montgomery Chiropractic, 5575 Old William Penn Highway
• Nationwide Insurance, 5830 Kennedy Ave.
• Centers for Rehab Services, 6530 William Penn Highway
• Dairy Queen, 100 Greensburg St.
• Delmont Sport Shop, 109 Greensburg St.
• Dollar General, 422 William Penn Highway and in Salem Plaza
• Excela Health System Lab, 421 William Penn Highway
• Kings Restaurant, 200 Sheffield Drive
• Vaia Funeral Home, 463 Athena Drive
• Westmoreland County Food Bank, 101 Devonshire Road
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