Thursday, November 11, 2010
Help stuff the state police cruiser with toys
The public is invited to help Connecticut State Troopers and Youth & Family Services of Haddam-Killingworth, Inc. to stuff a cruiser with unwrapped toys 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 13 at 91 Little City Road, Higganum or Killingworth Transfer Station, Route 81, Killingworth.
Troopers from Troop F and Youth & Family Services of Haddam-Killingworth, will act as hosts for the "Stuff A Cruiser Event," according to a statement.
The cruisers belong to Haddam Resident State Trooper James Connelly and Killingworth Resident State Trooper Matthew Ward. Organizers said they hope people will drop off new toys and gifts to stuff the cruiser with. The toys will be distributed by Youth and Family Services during the holidays to families in need. Due to the economic times the agency is seeing an increase in families who need help during the holiday season, the statement said.
Toys will benefit Haddam & Killingworth families in need for the Holidays, the statement said.
Remember: Bring an unwrapped toy to either site on Saturday
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