ST. LOUIS • The St. Louis Police Department received $50,000 worth of toys Tuesday to distribute to children during the holidays.
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Since opening its doors in 1993, Circle of Knowledge has grown to be one of the St. Louis area’s premier toy stores. Family owned and operated, Circle of Knowledge has hired a staff who are knowledgeable and friendly and can work with you to find the right toy for your child. Educational toys, games and books are their specialty. If you can’t visit the store in Sunset Hills, be sure to check out the Web store for a superior online shopping experience! Hours: Monday through Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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Mason & Remy will be living outside in the cold at while they collect boats full of toys! Stop by and donate a new, unwrapped toy for children in need this Christmas. All the toys collected will benefit , servicing St. Charles county, St. Louis county and St. Louis City.
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us today if you would like to donate toys or other items to our . AKS proudly welcomes donations from residents in all St Louis area communities, including Manchester, Chesterfield, Ballwin, Ellisville, Ladue, and St Charles. ST. LOUIS (KMOX) – What do the toys we grew up with say about who we are? An all new exhibit of toys from the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s is on display at the Missouri History Museum.Welcome! Once upon a time we were Once Upon a Toy and LagoonaMagoo Toys. Instead of juggling three different names all the time, we are now Happy Up Inc. on the street and on the web. Stop in one of our St. Louis area stores and discover unique and innovative toys, games, gadgets, and more. We also specialize in stocking classic playthings that never go out of style.During our Toy Distribution Days, November 30 – December 11 we were prepared to give out toys to nearly 2800 children, representing approximately 1,200 families. These families were served through various St. Louis Social Agencies (see article later in this newsletter).