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Family behind local toy drive hopes to reach new heights

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Updated: 11/08/2013 11:22 am
The Lindsey Callaway Memorial Toy Drive has become a highly-anticipated tradition for Covenant Children's and the Lubbock community.

Leading up to the toy drive each year, the Callaway's host a dance in their home town of Roswell, NM. Now they are planning a dance in Lubbock for the first-time ever.

Jessie Callaway, Lindsey's sister and nurse at Covenant, stopped by Good Day Lubbock for more on the toy drive and dance next weekend. It is planned for November 16th from 8 to 11:30 p.m. at the Lubbock Elks Lodge. Admission is simply a new, unwrapped toy or monetary donation. Click on the attached video to learn more.

Follow this link to the Lindsey Callaway Memorial Toy Drive Facebook page.
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