WR toy show a success

COLLINS Twenty-eight vendors filled 61 tables with their goods recently at the 17th annual Western Reserve toy show sponsored by the Western Reserve Ruritan Club and held at the Western Reserve Elementary gym. Several of these dealers have participated in the show every year since its inception, and the first one the more than 500 visitors saw when coming in the door was Ashland resident Donna Williams. She and husband Tom own Tubo's Toy Box and as usual displayed a large selection of metal signs and neon clocks.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

 

COLLINS Twenty-eight vendors filled 61 tables with their goods recently at the 17th annual Western Reserve toy show sponsored by the Western Reserve Ruritan Club and held at the Western Reserve Elementary gym.

Several of these dealers have participated in the show every year since its inception, and the first one the more than 500 visitors saw when coming in the door was Ashland resident Donna Williams. She and husband Tom own Tubo's Toy Box and as usual displayed a large selection of metal signs and neon clocks.

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