Volunteers Shari Owens, left, and Susan Woods look through toys Tuesday with Ainslee House, right, at Tender Hearts Community Outreach and Thrift Store in York.
Volunteers Shari Owens, left, and Susan Woods look through toys Tuesday with Ainslee House, right, at Tender Hearts Community Outreach and Thrift Store in York.
Volunteers Shari Owens, left, and Susan Woods look through toys Tuesday with Ainslee House, right, at Tender Hearts Community Outreach and Thrift Store in York.

Empty Stocking Fund agency profile: Tender Hearts

December 06, 2007 12:56 AM

UPDATED December 06, 2007 01:07 AM

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