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Piles and piles of toys are collected at the Tropicana Laughlin.
Volunteers and members of the Men of Fire Motorcycle Club NW Arizona Chapter 6 stop and pick up toys from River City RV Park as part of the toy drive.
Aquarius Resort Casino staff members and volunteers pause for a photo after loading toys into trucks and trailers for the toy drive.
Colorado Belle/Edgewater employees help load toys onto trailers along with a group of volunteers for the toy drive.
One wall is filled with dolls for girls from around the Tri-state as part of the annual toy drive.
Kari Hoffman, of Edward Jones, pauses for a photo opportunity with volunteers for the toy drive. Hoffman, along with several other local businesses, donated to the toy drive.
Residents, volunteers and more mingle and take a moment to gather around the 1938 Ford firetruck after loading toys into trucks and trailers.
Toys are grouped at the "toy shop" while waiting to be sorted and then handed out to families for Christmas.
Volunteers help load donated toys into the back of the 1938 Ford firetruck.
Harrah's Laughlin team members and volunteers pause for a photo on the classic 1938 Ford firetruck after loading toys for the toy drive.
The Mirage RV Park was one of many stops along the route to picking up toys for the toy drive.
Volunteers and staff members of News West Publishing help load toys into trucks.
Men of Fire Motorcycle Club NW Arizona Chapter 6 members and Golden Nugget Staff members pause for a photo after loading toys onto trailers.
Motorcycle club members and members of the Riverview Resort staff gather for a photo on the classic 1938 Ford firetruck. The resort donated toys for the toy drive.
Firefighter Ed Crawford makes it so everything fits on the back of the 1938 Ford firetruck.
Wendall Jones, left, and Luke Manor help load a trailer with toys from the Colorado Belle/Edgewater.
The walls are lined with toys waiting to be sorted and then given to families for Christmas. The distribution was expected to happen Thursday, Dec. 21 and Friday, Dec. 22.
A large pile of stuffed animals wait to be sorted out at the toy shop.
The group of volunteers who helped gather toys all day pause for a photo opportunity. The group also helped unload toys into the "shop" where they'll be sorted and distributed.
Bikes and more bikes await to be picked up from the Tropicana Laughlin.
Many bicycles and toys and more are stored and awaiting pick up for the toy drive.
The Tropicana Laughlin makes an additional monetary donation of more than $3,500 to the annual Firefighters Holiday Toy Drive.
Western Regional Area Medical Center makes a donation to the annual Firefighters Holiday Toy Drive. The hospital donated toys but also presented a check for $800 to the toy drive.
LAUGHLIN — The parade of trucks, trailers and motorcycles left Bullhead City Fire Station 2 …
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