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Over $1,500 in cash and 72 toys were collected during the annual Toys for Tickets campaign.

From Nov. 25 until Dec. 17, residents could pay their parking tickets with either a new unwrapped toy or cash for the Salvation Army.

The cash donations will be used to purchase items for the Salvation Army Christmas hampers and this year there’s a particular gift need for very young children and up to two years old, as well as for teenagers.

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Christmas Hampers will now be delivered by the Salvation Army next week before Christmas. 

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