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Erial Resident Aids Campbell's Toy Drive

Campbell's Soup employees collect more than 300 toys to support Salvation Army's "Angel Tree" program.

Employees with the customer service center at Campbell Soup Co.'s Camden facility collected more than 300 toys in support of the Salvation Army's "Angel Tree" program.

Erial resident Cheryl Davis was one of the Campbell employees who volunteered to help run the "Angel Tree" in her department.

Campbell's presented its toy collection to officials with Salvation Army on Wednesday.

Toys collected as part of the Salvation Army's "Angel Tree" program go to needy children in the area for Christmas.

Unlike a traditional toy drive, the "Angel Tree" program fulfills families’ and children’s specific needs and wishes for the holiday season by allowing them to fill out tags identifying a desired toy.

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