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Mac's Toy Fund to Benefit Thousands Saturday

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BECKLEY -

A toy giveaway to help less fortunate families in Raleigh County, will take place Saturday.

The Mac's Toy Fund Christmas giveaway will take place Saturday at the Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center from 9 a.m. - noon.

The event will help less fortunate families provide children with toys, bicycles, winter coats, and handcrafted doll houses and play tables.

From the initial event 81 years ago Mac's Toy Fund has grown to now serve more than 2,500 people.