Birthday gifts galore for Toy Library

Checking out a new toy whipper snipper donated by Farm Moto for the Lismore Toy Librarys 21st birthday are Toy Library enthusiasts (l-r) Emily Bloomfield, Llewie Vallis, Jaidyn Whitlen and Alana Madden, all of Lismore.

Lismore businesses really showed their community spirit last year and have helped the Lismore Toy Library celebrate its 21st birthday with, appropriately, toys.

President Sue Vallis recently approached local business people to donate new toys to the library that were a reflection of their business or product, and the response was overwhelming. A great selection of toys have been donated including a toy garbage truck, telescope, boat, power tools, farm set and a childrens laptop to name a few.

Were so happy with the response and sense of community spirit demonstrated by our local business people here in Lismore, said Sue. The toys have come at such a great time for us, just in time for Christmas, and is more than we could have wished for.

Sue and all the members of the Lismore Toy Library would like to thank the following businesses for their kind support: Richmond Waste, the New Camera House, Watsons Trimming & Marine, Farm Moto, Farmer Charlies, Advanced Computer Support, Mills Transport, Troys Driveway & Landscape Supplies, Planet Music, Jeds Used Cars, Menins Foodworks, Toy Kingdom and Southside Breads.

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