Over 1,500 gifts collected this holiday season
Lt. Richard Erdey, his elves, officers and volunteers from EMS Station 46 in Elmhurst donated some of their toy drive gifts to the Chronicle’s efforts.
Transportation Safety Administration workers at JFK Airport gathered toys to contribute to the Chronicle’s toy drive.
A mountain of toys was donated from Bayside Assemblyman Ed Braunstein’s drive. Braunstein, 2nd from left, is shown with his staff members.
Students from the Civic Leadership Academy in Corona brought toys to the Metro Family Residence, accompanied by Eric Torres and Cristy Gell of the WIA Program.
Our drive even reached Manhattan with 60 Sutton Place South donating. Shown are Louis Rodriguez, left, Eugene Thomas and Rubino Rey.
Keiko Kiyashi, 8, of Forest Hills donated several toys so that other children could have a Merry Christmas.
Students from the Civic Leadership Academy’s music honor society in Corona brought lots of presents to the newspaper office. They are accompanied by teacher Jaymes Welsh, left.
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