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PHOTO GALLERY: Winter Wonderland Toy Drive

Sunday, December 11, 2011 | 7:52 p.m. CST

The MU Children's Hospital organized the Winter Wonderland Toy Drive for the second year.

Missouri Jaycees State President Stephen Coffey, far right, and Members of Jaycees Jefferson City organize toys they donated to the Winter Wonderland Toy Drive at the MU Children's Hospital on Sunday Dec. 11, 2011. Jaycees asked holiday parade participants to donate toys for this event as the registration fee for the parade.
Donated toys sit under a Christmas tree at the MU Children's Hospital for the Winter Wonderland Toy Drive on Sunday.
Leah Kemble shows Jayla Kemp, 5, some of the toys that Sigma Sigma Sigma contributed to the Winter Wonderland Toy Drive at the MU Children's Hospital on Sunday. This is the first time that Tri Sigma donated to this event and they said they hope to continue to do so in the future.
Leah Kemble pulls a teddy bear out of one of the bags that Tri Sigma contributed to the Winter Wonderland Toy Drive at the MU Children's Hospital on Sunday. This is the second year that the hospital has done this event for the patients at the hospital.

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