HOLIDAY SPIRIT Once again the Summerland Review is collected presents for its annual Operation Santa Claus gift drive. The gifts will be distributed through the Summerland Food Bank and Resource Centre. (John Arendt/Summerland Review)

Summerland Review collecting gifts for Operation Santa Claus

Gifts will be distributed to families within the community

For the 49th consecutive year, the Summerland Review is collecting presents during this holiday season.

The Review’s Operation Santa Claus gift drive is held in cooperation with McBain Insurance.

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The paper is collecting gifts for children, teens, adults and seniors. The gifts will be distributed by the Summerland Food Bank and Resource Centre to families within the community.

Gift suggestions include puzzles, toys, toques, mittens, scarves, games, books, socks, quilts, shampoos, toiletries and stocking stuffers.

Please drop off unwrapped gifts to the Summerland Review, 13226 Victoria Rd. N., no later than Friday, Dec. 13.

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