Gathering toys for kids


Malinda Kiefer, right, hands Iron Man and Rainbow Dash dolls to Salvation Army Captain Joseph Hansen, center, both of Sidney, as Craig Pence, of Botkins, looks on. Hansen and Pence were working the Salvation Army’s Stuff the Bus campaign at Walmart, Friday, Dec. 7. People who donated could spin a wheel to win a prize. Losers got a lump of real coal.

Malinda Kiefer, right, hands Iron Man and Rainbow Dash dolls to Salvation Army Captain Joseph Hansen, center, both of Sidney, as Craig Pence, of Botkins, looks on. Hansen and Pence were working the Salvation Army’s Stuff the Bus campaign at Walmart, Friday, Dec. 7. People who donated could spin a wheel to win a prize. Losers got a lump of real coal.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Malinda Kiefer, right, hands Iron Man and Rainbow Dash dolls to Salvation Army Captain Joseph Hansen, center, both of Sidney, as Craig Pence, of Botkins, looks on. Hansen and Pence were working the Salvation Army’s Stuff the Bus campaign at Walmart, Friday, Dec. 7. People who donated could spin a wheel to win a prize. Losers got a lump of real coal.

Malinda Kiefer, right, hands Iron Man and Rainbow Dash dolls to Salvation Army Captain Joseph Hansen, center, both of Sidney, as Craig Pence, of Botkins, looks on. Hansen and Pence were working the Salvation Army’s Stuff the Bus campaign at Walmart, Friday, Dec. 7. People who donated could spin a wheel to win a prize. Losers got a lump of real coal.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/12/web1_SDN120818StuffBus-1.jpgMalinda Kiefer, right, hands Iron Man and Rainbow Dash dolls to Salvation Army Captain Joseph Hansen, center, both of Sidney, as Craig Pence, of Botkins, looks on. Hansen and Pence were working the Salvation Army’s Stuff the Bus campaign at Walmart, Friday, Dec. 7. People who donated could spin a wheel to win a prize. Losers got a lump of real coal. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News