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Hometown drive benefits Toys For Tots

  • ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS Pictured in front of a trailer of toys are, from left, Rush Township Police Officer Duane Frederick, Rush Twp supervisors Jeanine Motroni, Shawn Gilbert, volunteer Cindy Messerschmidt and fire police volunteer Merle Wertman.
    ANDREW LEIBENGUTH/TIMES NEWS Pictured in front of a trailer of toys are, from left, Rush Township Police Officer Duane Frederick, Rush Twp supervisors Jeanine Motroni, Shawn Gilbert, volunteer Cindy Messerschmidt and fire police volunteer Merle Wertman.
Published December 23. 2011 05:02PM

Members of the Hometown Fire Company, Hometown Fire Police and Rush Township Police raised over $2,000 to purchase over 540 new toys for the Schuylkill Carbon Marine Corps League's (SCMCL) Toys For Tots campaign. Volunteer firefighters, fire police and police stood at the Hometown Wal-Mart on Black Friday collecting monetary and new toy donations. The organizations are thankful to all who donated to Toys For Tots.

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