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Wicomico Yacht Club Holds Toys for Tots Drive

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SALISBURY, Md.- This Christmas season the Wicomico Yacht Club has teamed up with Toys for Tots to collect toys and donations for area children in need.

The following member businesses and other businesses have offered to help the yacht club collect toys and donations. These businesses have boxes available for the public to make the donations: 

Carey Distributors
110 Dulaney Ave.
Fruitland, MD

Peninsula Lumber & Millwork
5262 Cooper Rd.
Eden, MD

The Paper People
606 S Schumaker Dr.
Salisbury, MD

Wicomico County Library (Two locations-downtown Salisbury & Centre at Salisbury food court)

Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce
144 E. Main St.
Salisbury, MD

Burnett-White Tire & Auto
412 E. Main St.
Salisbury, MD

FurnitureLand
38529 Sussex Highway
Delmar, DE

Vinny's LaRoma Italian Restaurant
934 S. Salisbury Blvd.
Salisbury, MD

How Sweet It Is
Route 13
Eden, MD

Greenhill Yacht & Country Club
5471 Whitehaven Rd.
Quantico, MD

All toys must be new and unwrapped.

If you would prefer to make a cash donation, mail it to: Wicomico Yacht Club, Attn: Boat Parade, P.O. Box 73, Allen, Maryland 21810 OR you can drop it off the night of the yacht club's Christmas boat parade on Saturday, Nov. 24.

All donations need to be made by Wednesday, Nov. 21, to allow time for the boxes to be picked up and ready for the boat parade.

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