Donation made for London Toy Drive


Local restaurant, Gizzy’s Corner, was happy to contribute a good-sized collection of toys to the London Fire Department Annual Toy Drive. Toys and bicycles were donated by regulars of the dining establishment over a two-week period, with items still coming in. The mini toy drive was made in honor of Gizzy’s loyal patron and long-time Chief of Madison County Emergency Medical Squad and former deputy sheriff, Jay Scaggs. “I can’t thank everybody enough,” said Ms. Gizzy herself, Lori O’Oconnor. Pictured Friday from left are: LFD Assistant Chief John Hopkins; Gizzy’s owner, Lori O’Connor; and LFD Chief Todd Eades.


Andrew Garrett | The Madison Press

Local restaurant, Gizzy’s Corner, was happy to contribute a good-sized collection of toys to the London Fire Department Annual Toy Drive. Toys and bicycles were donated by regulars of the dining establishment over a two-week period, with items still coming in. The mini toy drive was made in honor of Gizzy’s loyal patron and long-time Chief of Madison County Emergency Medical Squad and former deputy sheriff, Jay Scaggs. “I can’t thank everybody enough,” said Ms. Gizzy herself, Lori O’Oconnor. Pictured Friday from left are: LFD Assistant Chief John Hopkins; Gizzy’s owner, Lori O’Connor; and LFD Chief Todd Eades.

Local restaurant, Gizzy’s Corner, was happy to contribute a good-sized collection of toys to the London Fire Department Annual Toy Drive. Toys and bicycles were donated by regulars of the dining establishment over a two-week period, with items still coming in. The mini toy drive was made in honor of Gizzy’s loyal patron and long-time Chief of Madison County Emergency Medical Squad and former deputy sheriff, Jay Scaggs. “I can’t thank everybody enough,” said Ms. Gizzy herself, Lori O’Oconnor. Pictured Friday from left are: LFD Assistant Chief John Hopkins; Gizzy’s owner, Lori O’Connor; and LFD Chief Todd Eades.
http://www.madison-press.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2017/12/web1_GizzysCornerpiccol.jpgLocal restaurant, Gizzy’s Corner, was happy to contribute a good-sized collection of toys to the London Fire Department Annual Toy Drive. Toys and bicycles were donated by regulars of the dining establishment over a two-week period, with items still coming in. The mini toy drive was made in honor of Gizzy’s loyal patron and long-time Chief of Madison County Emergency Medical Squad and former deputy sheriff, Jay Scaggs. “I can’t thank everybody enough,” said Ms. Gizzy herself, Lori O’Oconnor. Pictured Friday from left are: LFD Assistant Chief John Hopkins; Gizzy’s owner, Lori O’Connor; and LFD Chief Todd Eades. Andrew Garrett | The Madison Press