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Toys collected for children in need

Amarillo, TX- Dozens of residents donated toys that will end up in the hands of children in need.

Sunday was the third year for the Angel Tree Christmas Cruise at Alamo Park.

Pura Vida Car Club sponsored the toy drive that brought in over 100 toys for the Salvation Army.

These items will go to children and families in need across the panhandle just in time for Christmas.

"The whole purpose was to gather toys for the Angel Tree Christmas Cruise, it's basically for the Salvation Army but everyone knows about the Angel Tree that sits in the mall every year. We just want to help out as much as we can," says Silvia Lozano, Pura Vida Car Club.

If you missed the event, you still have time to volunteer and donate.

For more information call the Salvation Army of Amarillo at (806) 373-6631.

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