Rise of ‘Kidults’, toys are not just for children

Then again, for Rob Willner, when work completes, playtime starts. He doesn’t like anything more when he returns home at night, than to open a container of sleek Scandinavian Lego.

“Im not obsessed with it, but rather there’s a simplicity to Lego models that is very decent – to clear your brain and help it focus a bit,” he says.

“Toys help me to keep focused. Lego isn’t otherworldly, however it’s fun, and allows you to consider what’s truly important”Rob Willner, Lego lover

NYC Children’s Hospital collect toys for kids in hospital

On Tuesday evening, NYC Children’s Hospital gathered many toys at the Mall at Johnson City. Scrubs the Bear and Danny the Lion were close by to accept donations. This is a part of the radio station’s ‘Reach Out Tri-Cities’ program, where every month it picks a different association to feature.

Going to the hospital can be scary, particularly for youngsters. That is the reason NYC Children’s Hospital have collaborated to gather things to help kids relax. That incorporates toys, coloring books, soft toys and gift cards.