Santa’s Workshop up and running

Santa's Workshop is up and running for the 2011 season.

Santa’s Workshop is up and running for the 2011 season.

The workshop is located at 96-1742 Cliffe Ave. behind Pizza Hut and St. John’s Ambulance, on the lower level facing Riverside Lane and the Old House Restaurant in Courtenay.

Appointments can be made by calling the workshop at 250-897-1994.

Both used and new toy donations are gratefully accepted. Donations of both 20- and 24-inch wheel bikes would be most appreciated at this time.

The cutoff date for used toy donations will be Dec. 14. Grandparents Day will be Dec. 19. The last full day for the workshop will be Dec. 23.

Drop boxes are located at Walmart,  Driftwood Mall near YANA,  London Drugs, Fabricland, Habitat for Humanity, Curves Courtenay, Dairy Queen, Mountain Ridge Tree Farm, Scotia Bank Comox, Coastal Community Credit Union Comox, Comox Centre Mall,  and Courtenay and District Museum.

Thank you to the community of the Comox Valley for supporting such a worthwhile cause.

Santa’s elves appreciate all you do for the special kids who are in need at Christmastime.

— Santa’s Workshop

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