Elves busy

The elves at Santa's Workshop have been busy getting gifts ready for the children and families of the Comox Valley.

The elves at Santa’s Workshop have been very busy getting gifts ready for the children and families of the Comox Valley.

Please note again, the location for this year is 877 Fifth St. in Courtenay.

For those people wanting to make arrangements to pick up gifts, please call the workshop at 250-897-1994 to make an appointment.  Appointments can be made up until Dec. 21.

The cutoff date for accepting used toy donations is Dec 14. New gifts and cash donations will be accepted right up until Dec 21. Grandparents’ day is scheduled for Dec. 19.

A huge thank you goes out to all the Comox Valley residents who have so graciously helped out the workshop either through donations of cash, new and used toys or your time.

“We couldn’t do it without your generosity!” Santa’s Workshop says in a news release.

— Santa’s Workshop

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