2018 Toys for Tots campaign

Join News 9 as we team up with Toys for Tots!

Help make Christmas extra special this year for a less fortunate child in our area.

Donate an unwrapped toy and make dreams come true.

Drop off your unwrapped toy Monday, December 3rd thru Friday, December 7th at News 9 or any of the following Marathon County Wagner Shell locations:

Weston
Commerce Crossing
10002 Adventure Way
Wausau
Stewart Ave Shell
4611 West Stewart Ave
Schofield
Schofield Avenue Shell
3001 Schofield Ave

 

News 9 will also have a dropoff site at the Wagner Shell in Mosinee (located off WI-153) as well as our Portage County dropoff site, at Mark Toyota in Plover.

Both will run from Dec. 3 – 7.

Mark Toyota is located at 1765 Park Avenue.

For more information, click here to visit the Toys for Tots website.

Chris Watkins

Chris Watkins

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