Lexington sheriff helps round up toys for children

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WEST COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Some car enthusiasts are helping Lexington County Sheriff James Metts round up toys for some needy children during the holiday season.

The Columbia Classic Chevy Club is taking toy donations on Saturday at the Woodberry Plaza shopping center near West Columbia. Toys must be new and unwrapped, and they'll all be part of the sheriff's department's annual holiday toy drive.

Donations go to The Salvation Army, which distributes them to children and families in need. People can also bring toys or monetary donations to sheriff's department offices in Lexington, Columbia, Pelion and Gilbert until Christmas Eve.

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