Holiday ‘Toys for Tots’ train to make 11 stops across NY

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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A train filled with holiday toys is making its annual two-day run to deliver gifts to children across New York.

The Marine Corps Reserves’ Dunkin’ Donuts Toys for Tots Train will make stops Saturday in Binghamton, Bainbridge, Oneonta, Cobleskill and Delanson.

It continues north from Albany on Sunday with stops in Saratoga Springs, Whitehall, Port Henry, Port Kent and Rouses Point.

Thousands of toys will be delivered to children in need and local non-profit organizations for distribution in their communities.

The toys were purchased with a $30,000 donation from Dunkin’ Donuts, which is also accepting Toys for Tots donations at its shops.

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