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Culver's of Arlington Heights delivers toys and holiday cheer to Northwest Community Hospital

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  • Scoopie shows off some donated toys with (L to R) Arlington Heights manager Lisa Sayeh, Team Members Alisa Kaiser and Dylan Youngs, Culver's of Buffalo Grove owner Kevin Weasler and Pediatrics Manager Karen Lepucki.

      Scoopie shows off some donated toys with (L to R) Arlington Heights manager Lisa Sayeh, Team Members Alisa Kaiser and Dylan Youngs, Culver's of Buffalo Grove owner Kevin Weasler and Pediatrics Manager Karen Lepucki.

 
McKenzie Kramer

Culver's of Arlington Heights, 2060 E. Northwest Hwy., partnered with the Living the Dream Foundation (LTDF) for a holiday toy drive. The drive, which lasted throughout the month of December, saw all donations personally delivered by Culver's Team Members to Northwest Community Hospital.

In addition to toy collection, guests at Culver's also had the opportunity to make a cash donation to LTDF, a 501C3 non-profit organization that provides wishes for terminally ill children and young adults.

"Culver's is proud to support Living the Dream, and we are excited to be able to collect donations that we know will be delivered to children in and around our community who are going through a tough time right now," says Culver's of Arlington Heights and Mount Prospect owner Chuck Martin.

The Arlington Heights store, along with Culver's of Mount Prospect and Buffalo Grove, visited Northwest Community hospital Dec. 19 to drop off three full boxes of toys to young patients.

For more information on LTDF, visit http://livingthedreamfoundation.org/

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