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Ross Lewis, of Sidney, puts a toy into a barrel during battle of the mascots held from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. by Walmart. The mascot to get the most toys won. The mascot battle was part of the Salvation Army’s Stuff a Truck campaign to collect toys for kids. The campaign was going on all day Friday, Dec. 7 in front of Walmart. The toys were purchased by Best 1 Tire which is Lewis’ employer. Best 1 Tire owner Jeff Pollard has made a tradition of buying several cartloads of toys for the campaign. With Lewis are his children Claire Lewis, left to right, 5, and Corbin Lewis, 9, children of Stephanie Lewis.

Ross Lewis, of Sidney, puts a toy into a barrel during battle of the mascots held from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. by Walmart. The mascot to get the most toys won. The mascot battle was part of the Salvation Army’s Stuff a Truck campaign to collect toys for kids. The campaign was going on all day Friday, Dec. 7 in front of Walmart. The toys were purchased by Best 1 Tire which is Lewis’ employer. Best 1 Tire owner Jeff Pollard has made a tradition of buying several cartloads of toys for the campaign. With Lewis are his children Claire Lewis, left to right, 5, and Corbin Lewis, 9, children of Stephanie Lewis.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Ross Lewis, of Sidney, puts a toy into a barrel during battle of the mascots held from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. by Walmart. The mascot to get the most toys won. The mascot battle was part of the Salvation Army’s Stuff a Truck campaign to collect toys for kids. The campaign was going on all day Friday, Dec. 7 in front of Walmart. The toys were purchased by Best 1 Tire which is Lewis’ employer. Best 1 Tire owner Jeff Pollard has made a tradition of buying several cartloads of toys for the campaign. With Lewis are his children Claire Lewis, left to right, 5, and Corbin Lewis, 9, children of Stephanie Lewis.

Ross Lewis, of Sidney, puts a toy into a barrel during battle of the mascots held from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. by Walmart. The mascot to get the most toys won. The mascot battle was part of the Salvation Army’s Stuff a Truck campaign to collect toys for kids. The campaign was going on all day Friday, Dec. 7 in front of Walmart. The toys were purchased by Best 1 Tire which is Lewis’ employer. Best 1 Tire owner Jeff Pollard has made a tradition of buying several cartloads of toys for the campaign. With Lewis are his children Claire Lewis, left to right, 5, and Corbin Lewis, 9, children of Stephanie Lewis.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/12/web1_SDN120818StuffMascot.jpgRoss Lewis, of Sidney, puts a toy into a barrel during battle of the mascots held from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. by Walmart. The mascot to get the most toys won. The mascot battle was part of the Salvation Army’s Stuff a Truck campaign to collect toys for kids. The campaign was going on all day Friday, Dec. 7 in front of Walmart. The toys were purchased by Best 1 Tire which is Lewis’ employer. Best 1 Tire owner Jeff Pollard has made a tradition of buying several cartloads of toys for the campaign. With Lewis are his children Claire Lewis, left to right, 5, and Corbin Lewis, 9, children of Stephanie Lewis. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News