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Blackduck Area Toy Drive to start up Oct. 1

The Blackduck Area Toy Drive will start collecting donations on Saturday, Oct. 1 and will run through Dec. 1.

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BLACKDUCK — The Blackduck Area Toy Drive will start collecting donations on Saturday, Oct. 1 and will run through Dec. 1.

Toy drive organizers are seeking monetary donations and new toys for the drive along with names of children who would benefit from the toy drive. All names provided will be kept confidential, a release said.

For more information, contact organizers Kendra Murray or Erica Naughton on Facebook, visit the Blackduck Area Toys for Kids Facebook page, email blackduckareatoys@gmail.com, or call Erica at (612) 619-4486.

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