Amany Hedgpeth, 7, of Blue Springs enjoyed a colorful game of dress-up with slightly-too-large glasses on Saturday at Niles Home for Children. Some 600 kids received toys donated by the Toy Industry Foundation at the event.
Amany Hedgpeth, 7, of Blue Springs enjoyed a colorful game of dress-up with slightly-too-large glasses on Saturday at Niles Home for Children. Some 600 kids received toys donated by the Toy Industry Foundation at the event. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star
Amany Hedgpeth, 7, of Blue Springs enjoyed a colorful game of dress-up with slightly-too-large glasses on Saturday at Niles Home for Children. Some 600 kids received toys donated by the Toy Industry Foundation at the event. SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star

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