CHICAGO (CBS) – For some people the bells are the hallmark sound of the holiday season, but for others it is the roar of the Chicagoland Toys for Tots Motorcycle Parade.
It has been a tradition for 43 years. Last year there was no parade due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Sunday’s parade strode up 83rd Western Blvd to Lane Tech High School in Addison.
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Each rider delivered a new toy to give to a child in need.
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Anyone interested can always donate a toy for the holidays by leaving it in one of the Chicagoland area toy drop boxes or at the Toys for Tots headquarters in Bridgeview.