Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Annual Toys From Cops Is This Weekend
This is the weekend for the annual Toys from Cops. For eleven years the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office Auxiliary has held the toy drive that will take place this year at the Old Food Country building on highway 126 in Blountville. From nine till three this Saturday those with an invitation may bring their children, then on Sunday the public can come during the same hours or while the toys last. Children must be present to receive gifts that were donated by the community and local businesses. Auxiliary officers also hosted a pancake breakfast that raised money to purchase even more toys. They hope to ensure that all children have a Merry Christmas. Last year over a thousand children benefited. Auxiliary members say Pizza Plus supplied the building and storage for the Toys and the local community was very generous. (bg)

Wednesday, September 02, 2015

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