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Knights of Columbus Giving Trees Available

Christmas toy drive benefits needy and foster children throughout Kendall County.

The Knights of Columbus God's Divine Mercy Council #14463 is hosting Christmas with Santa on Sunday, as well as an on-going toy drive and holiday help line, according to news releases.

The Christmas Breakfast with Santa will be from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sunday at , 406 Walnut St., Yorkville. Visitors can bring a toy to give to Santa, and breakfast ticket prices are $7 for adults, $5 for seniors 65 or older, $20 for a family and free for children 13 and younger. Tickets can be reserved by e-mailing tickets@kofcyorkville.org or calling 630-660-8923.

Area residents who need help throughout the holidays with holiday meals, presents or clothing can call the Knights of Columbus Holiday Help Line at 630-882-3341. All hotline information remains confidential.

Meanwhile, residents also can select tags from giving trees at several locations in Yorkville, Oswego and Sandwich:

• , 801 N. Bridge St.
• , routes 47 and 126, Yorkville
• , routes 47 and 126, Yorkville
• , 604 W. Veterans Parkway, Yorkville
• Castle Bank, Route 34 and Orchard Road, Oswego
• , Route 47 in downtown Yorkville
• ACE Hardware and Oswego
• , Yorkville
• , routes 47 and 126, Yorkville
• (next to Panera Bread in Yorkville)
• Brenda's Custard, 205 Wells, Sandwich
• 7-Eleven, Douglas Road and Route 30, Oswego

Monetary donations also can be made to Knights of Columbus, P.O. Box 385, Yorkville, IL 60560.

Lisa Grooms December 06, 2011 at 06:49 PM
Love The Knights of Columbus, they work so hard to help so many families always, but especially this season! !! THANK YOU KOC!!!
Cheryl Lee December 06, 2011 at 08:21 PM
Do the gifts that K.O.C. collect go to children outside of Kendall County or are the gifts collected only for the children of Kendall? Due to the increase in families supported by the Kendall County Food Pantry, there is such a tremendous need for the children within our own county. It is simply sad that there is a shortage of gifts for the children within in our own communities.
Jillian Duchnowski December 06, 2011 at 08:52 PM
Cheryl, Let me ask one of the organizers. The flier says the gifts go to Kendall County children, but I noticed one of the drop-off locations is in Sandwich, so perhaps they spread out to the surrounding areas, too.

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