Gallery: South Okanagan toy drive a hit again this year

Claire Taylor of the Pen High leadership program snuggles up with one of the donated gifts. (Mark Brett - Western News)
The welcoming committee at Pen High for the start of the annual Toys for Tots to Teens Thursday morning at Penticton Secondary School. (Mark Brett - Western News)
A steady stream of traffic was the order of business at Pen High for the Toys for Tots to Teens event. (Mark Brett - Western News)
Snowflakes hang over the activities at the Toys for Tots to Teens. (Mark Brett - Western News)
Pen High leadership student Jack McLennan with one of the donated toys. (Mark Brett - Western News)
Jack MacIntosh takes a selfie with Santa. (Mark Brett - Western News)
Happy customers leave the Toys for Tots to Teens dining room. (Mark Brett - Western News)

The welcoming committee at Pen High for the start of the annual Toys for Tots to Teens Thursday morning at Penticton Secondary School. (Mark Brett – Western News)

A steady stream of traffic was the order of business at Pen High for the Toys for Tots to Teens event. (Mark Brett – Western News)

Snowflakes hang over the activities at the Toys for Tots to Teens. (Mark Brett – Western News)

Claire Taylor of the Pen High leadership program snuggles up with one of the donated gifts. (Mark Brett – Western News)

Pen High leadership student Jack McLennan with one of the donated toys. (Mark Brett – Western News)

Jack MacIntosh takes a selfie with Santa. (Mark Brett – Western News)

Happy customers leave the Toys for Tots to Teens dining room. (Mark Brett – Western News)

Mark Brett

Western News Staff

Pen High was the site of the annual Toys for Tots to Teens event against this year

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