Toys for Tots enters its fourth year

October 14, 2010 • Local News

From left, Sgt. Simon Garcia, Staff Sgt. Joshua Vidal (partially hidden), Staff Sgt. Ryan Hall of the U.S. Marine Corps and Chief Warrant Officer 5 Don Hunter (retired) and Toys For Tots chairman, attend the Toys For Tots kick-off Wednesday morning at the Roswell Chamber of Commerce. (Mark Wilson Photo)

Toys for Tots, a Marine-funded charity organization which has been in the United States for more than 60 years, held a ribbon-cutting ceremony marking the fourth year of its toy drive in Roswell, at the Roswell Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday.

“Our mantra is ‘being able to impact economically disadvantaged children, with an opportunity to realize a dream, that the economy or their family situation might not allow them to participate in,’” Hunter said.

Roswell’s Toys for Tots program is led by Don Hunter, president of the board of directors of the Roswell Chamber of Commerce and a retired Login to read more

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