Southview participates in Toys for Tots

Published 1:39 pm Thursday, December 21, 2017

From left Pastor Karl Bell of the Southview Worship Center in Hayneville, his wife, Helenor Bell, Hayneville Economic Developer/Project Manager, Jerome McQueen, Cynthia Payton Carter, Brenda McQueen and Johnny Bandy show off Toys for Tots toys given to church family children and children from the Lowndes County community in need on a first come first serve basis following the Southview Worship Center Christmas Eve Service. McQueen said the giveaway was sponsored by HandsOn River Region, which gives Toys for Tots through the U.S. Marine Corps each year. And he said this year, the church had enough toys for up to 125 children from newborn to age 13. Fred Guarino/The Lowndes Signal.

Southview participates in Toys for Tots From left Pastor Karl Bell of the Southview Worship Center in Hayneville, his wife, Helenor Bell, Hayneville Economic Developer/Project Manager, Jerome McQueen, Cynthia Payton Carter, Brenda McQueen and Johnny Bandy show off Toys for Tots toys given to church family children and children from the Lowndes County community in need on a first come first serve basis following the Southview Worship Center Christmas Eve Service. McQueen said the giveaway was sponsored by HandsOn River Region, which gives Toys for Tots through the U.S. Marine Corps each year. And he said this year, the church had enough toys for up to 125 children from newborn to age 13. Fred Guarino/The Lowndes Signal.

Southview participates in Toys for Tots
From left Pastor Karl Bell of the Southview Worship Center in Hayneville, his wife, Helenor Bell, Hayneville Economic Developer/Project Manager, Jerome McQueen, Cynthia Payton Carter, Brenda McQueen and Johnny Bandy show off Toys for Tots toys given to church family children and children from the Lowndes County community in need on a first come first serve basis following the Southview Worship Center Christmas Eve Service. McQueen said the giveaway was sponsored by HandsOn River Region, which gives Toys for Tots through the U.S. Marine Corps each year. And he said this year, the church had enough toys for up to 125 children from newborn to age 13. Fred Guarino/The Lowndes Signal.

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