For the past 30 years, Lynn Reimer of Grand Chute has taken advantage of Black Friday sales, but not in the way you may think. She brings her family to the stores to fill several carts with toys to give to children who are less fortunate. This year they filled up ten carts worth. The family has their thanksgiving meal, then arrives at Toys-R-Us three hours before they open, to ensure they are at the front of the line. Reimer has heard her fair share of upset people, who want the family to “save some for everyone else, but as the people don’t know what the toys are for, she lets it go right over her head. Rimer’s niece, Nicole Herkert loves the family tradition saying, “We get to do something special for them, to ensure others have a fun holiday season too.”