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Stillwater Police Participate in Toys for Tots Program

New, unused and unwrapped toys can be dropped off in the labeled boxes near the Stillwater Police Department lobby, the City Hall lobby, and Central Bank in Stillwater through Tuesday, Dec. 18.

The Stillwater Police Department is once again participating in the Toys for Tots program in the hopes that hundreds of girls and boys will receive a gift this holiday season that otherwise wouldn’t.

New, unused and unwrapped toys can be dropped off in the labeled boxes near the Stillwater Police Department Lobby, the City Hall Lobby, and Central Bank located in Stillwater.

All donations must be dropped off before Tuesday, Dec. 18.

RELATED: 2012 Toys For Tots Drop Off Location

On the last collection day, the Stillwater Police Department, along with several other police departments, load up their squads with donated gifts and meet at the Golden Valley Police Department.

With  to the KARE 11 Toys for Tots drop-off site to deliver the toys. In past years the effort garnered thousands of toys and was a huge success.

Toys for Tots donations can also be dropped off at Dunn Bros. and Kitchens of Stillwater.

The Stillwater Police Department is happy to help the Marine Corps League in collecting Toys for Tots as a means to help our community and those in need of toys for children of all ages during the holiday season.

If you have any questions please contact Officer Andrea Olson at 651-351-4926 for more information.

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