Hundreds of Harlem kids get toys from Santa a little early

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HARLEM, Manhattan — More than two hundred kids had a chance to visit a “Winter Wonderland,” in Harlem and meet Santa Wednesday. Each child got a toy, thanks to several community organization.

Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement hosted the second annual Christmas Corner Toy Giveaway at their headquarters in Harlem.

“The best part of this day giving to the children to make their day and seeing their happy faces,” community advocate Carolyn Paul said.

Children from P.S. 46 and Thurgood Marshall Academy attended the holiday event.

“I remember this is the most exciting time of the year,” said Assemblyman Al Taylor.  “Nothing else matters.”

A special thanks goes out to these organizations:
145th Street Super Foodtown
HSBC Bank
FPWA
Kennedy Fried Chicken
Blurr Life
NYPD
The Order of the Feather Fraternity
Duncan Donuts
Dunbar Pharmacy
99-cent Store on 150th & 8th Ave.

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