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PRINCETON -

Walmart and The Salvation Army will be working together, Saturday, Dec. 7, in Princeton to "Fill the Truck."   They're going to collect toy donations.

According to a press release, Walmart and the Salvation Army are hosting a Fill the Truck toy drive in Princeton.   Walmart customers can drop off new, unwrapped toys to the truck that will be parked in the Walmart parking lot from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday.

Princeton's Fill the Truck toy drive is part of a nationwide toy drive taking place on weekends across the country between Nov. 29 to Dec. 15 in more than a thousand Walmart stores.   The nationwide toy drive will bring hundreds of thousands of toys to children across the country.