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Trombly Bros. Hurricane Sandy Toy Drive

Help some kids impacted by the storm enjoy their Christmas.

Christmas is right around the corner. For many people that means decorating the tree, baking Christmas cookies and anticipating a morning of unwrapping presents.

But for many kids on the east coast still impacted by Hurricane Sandy, that's not certain.

Trombly Bros. of North Andover hopes to change that, with your help.

In cooperation with an effort by the Conference of Northeast Towing Association and Statewide Towing Association In., Twombly's is collecting new, unwrapped toys through Dec. 12 to send to kids whose lives have been turned upside down by Hurricane Sandy.

Trombly Bros. is "trying to help out the kids in Hurricane Sandy try to enjoy Christmas and the holidays during a tragic time," Mark Trombly said.

You can drop off new unwrapped toys through Dec. 12 at Trombly Bros., 141 Sutton St., North Andover.

Andrea November 30, 2012 at 12:28 PM
I have been the recipient of two acts of kindness by Trombly Brothers this month alone. I will be glad to bring a toy to help them in their drive to help the children of Sandy's storm.

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