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Gift Club success: Connellsville cares

| Friday, Dec. 27, 2013, 8:57 p.m.

In these uncertain times, there is one thing we know with certainty — Fay-West residents have big hearts.

That was evident this year as residents pitched in to help the Daily Courier's annual Gift Club, which once again was successful.

Daily Courier Gift Club members have warm, generous hearts as evidenced by the amount of toys donated to the U.S. Marine Corps' Toys for Tots program.

The lobby of the Daily Courier was filled with a variety of toys — new dolls, stuffed animals, bicycles, games and more. All these were given to the Toys for Tots program.

Year after year, our readers demonstrate how rich the Fay-West area really is in its generous, caring people. What a shining example of goodness and generosity.

We thank everyone who contributed toys, which no doubt helped many local children enjoy a wonderful Christmas morning. And we applaud the U.S. Marine Corps and its volunteers for the Toys for Tots initiative.

Now, let's keep the giving and loving spirit alive throughout the new year in the Fay-West region.

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