Lynwood Auto Parts saw a way to help out a local charity this Christmas season and took advantage of it.
The business wound down its 2007 toy collection Friday for Lancaster County Christian Services, which has an Angel Tree program for needy children in the area each year. The business was pleased with the success of its collection effort this season.
"We've taken about three or four loads over there," manager Tim Hinson said, referring to the collection point at the Church of Lancaster on Craig Farm Road.
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