Richmond Hill and its community, along with Hillcrest, came together this holiday season to assist CTV’s Tom Brown in collecting a mountain of toys for the 18th Annual Toy Mountain Campaign in support of The Salvation Army. This campaign ensures thousands of children will have a brighter holiday and a present to open Christmas morning.
When you look at the mountain of toys in this picture, you might think that your childhood dream has come true and this is a toy lover’s paradise.
On Monday, December 16, Toy Mountain segments aired live on CTV News at 6 p.m. from Hillcrest Mall. Mayor Dave Barrow, Richmond Hill Fire & Emergency Services and representatives from Hillcrest presented Tom Brown and representatives from The Salvation Army with toys and other donations for the campaign. Mayor Barrow also proudly thanked the community for its tremendous support.
I have purchased two of the Rocky Mountain High Toys for Gabby, our sweet cat. And many of the mouse toys ... she loves to play with her mouse toys. She bats the mouse toys all over the house but she cuddles with her Rocky Mountain High toys like they are her best friend. She loves all her West Paw Toys. And our dogs love their toys too. I only buy West Paw Toys because they are so nice and made in the USA!!!
Thank-you, West Paw, for your quality toys!!!!
Freemountain Toys, Inc. was a company based in , USA that produced anthropomorphic vegetables and fruits called Vegimals and other and hats with stuffed appendages.