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Sign-up for Aflac Christmas toy giveaway continues Monday

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Sign-up begins again Mon. Oct. 21 for the Aflac Christmas toy sign up.

The House of Mercy will be signing up 500 children to receive toys. Parents must bring their ID. A social security card must also be present for each child.

Children must be between one and 12-years-old and are required to be present to sign-up and to pick-up the gifts.

Sign-up lasts through Oct. 26. Parents are welcome to come to the House of Mercy located at 1532 3rd Ave. in Columbus 1-5 p.m. each day.

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