Leroy McVay, 85, of Everett, makes wooden toys to donate to Volunteers of America. He uses a wood-burning pen to write “Santa’s Workshop, Everett Division” on the bottom of all his trucks and trains. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Leroy McVay, 85, of Everett, makes wooden toys to donate to Volunteers of America. He uses a wood-burning pen to write “Santa’s Workshop, Everett Division” on the bottom of all his trucks and trains. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

This Santa’s helper has his own workshop in Everett

Leroy McVay makes wooden trains, trucks, tractors and other toys for deserving children in Everett.

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