Christmas toy drive is a success

December 2011
Collinsville Herald;12/21/2011, Vol. 53 Issue 51, pC4
A photograph is presented for kids with cancer at St. Louis Children's Hospital in Illinois who were given new toys by the We Give Back Foundation on December 17, 2011.


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