The Q Crew was at Walmart in Kenora over the weekend to collect donations for the 15th annual Toys & Toonies, and the community came out in full force to show their support. 

Kendall Trembath, Executive Director of Women's Shelter Saakaate House, expressed her gratitude. 

"Women and children in the shelter, they always need a bit of cheer this time of year," she said. 

Donations were also accepted earlier in the week at the Dryden Walmart.

Toys & Toonies helps support Women's Shelter Saakaate House Kenora, Hoshizaki House Dryden, and First Step Women's Shelter in Sioux Lookout during the holiday season by collecting new and unwrapped toys, as well as cash donations. 

Trembath said the donations this year will make the kids at the shelter very happy. 

"The giant stuffed octopus has been entertaining me all day," she said. 

Donations will be delivered to the shelters in time for Christmas. 

You can also drop off items at our Q104 studios, 619 Lakeview Drive in Kenora, or 101 Duke Street in Dryden between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday to Friday.

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