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  • As volunteers busily sort toys at the Salvation Army's 2012 Christmas Food and Toy Distribution Center, concern mounts that the organization may not have enough toys to meet the need. More than 1,400 families are signed up to receive Christmas assistance this year, including nearly 3,000 children ages 12 and younger.
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  • As volunteers busily sort toys at the Salvation Army's 2012 Christmas Food and Toy Distribution Center, concern mounts that the organization may not have enough toys to meet the need. More than 1,400 families are signed up to receive Christmas assistance this year, including nearly 3,000 children ages 12 and younger.
    Toys for children 3 and under and gifts for boys 10 to 12 are particularly sparse. Toys can be dropped off in Medford at both Fred Meyer locations, the Salvation Army office at 304 Beatty St., or the organization's thrift store at 922 N. Central Ave.
    Donations to allow the Salvation Army to purchase toys also can be dropped off at the Beatty Street office. For more information, call 541-773-6965.
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