Brookhaven Town Hall has announced its plans to be the home base for simulcasted radio shows from all four JVC Broadcasting stations to promote its Interface Toy Drive, a Youth Bureau initiative that collects and distributes toys to the neediest children.
On Friday, December 14, on-air personalities from My Country 96.1, WRCN, Party 105 and LaFiesta will be broadcasting from the lobby of Town Hall on Independence Hill in Farmingville. The broadcast will draw attention to the toy drive by inviting a live audience to come down with toys and watch the shows as they unfold.
The lobby will be open to the public and attendees are encouraged to donate a new, unwrapped toy to be delivered to a family in need.
“This holiday season will be tough for needy Brookhaven families, especially those whose lives were impacted by Hurricane Sandy,” stated Supervisor Ed Romaine in a release. “I urge everyone to come down to Town Hall, join the fun and donate toys for this great cause.”
Last year, donated toys amounting in the thousands covered the lobby of Town Hall--from board games and dolls to trucks and stuffed animals.
The Interface Toy Drive is sponsored by the town's Youth Bureau, who will provide presents to more than 7,000 children, from infant to 15 years old, according to the release. For more information, such as alternative donation sites, contact the Youth Bureau at (631) 451-8011.