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Two High Schools Compete for Toys for Tots


CIRCLEVILLE – Circleville High School and Logan Elm have squared off in a competition on who can collect the most Toys for Tots.  The high school who doesn’t bring as many toys for the drive has to wear the other teams gear during the halftime of the December 16 game girls game at Logan Elm.

Amy Robinson recently said, “Every child deserves a new toy for Christmas.  These are not hand me down children they don’t deserve hand me down toys.”A weekly event sponsored by Allied health and PICCA, with different themes for each day, rewarding the students with double points for bringing in toys that follow the theme for the day. The winning class gets a game of mat ball on Wednesday Dec. 20.

Tami Clark is asking for Circleville’s help to make this Toy for Tots drive a success. Many children will not receive any gifts during the holiday season without you help. Help make a difference for children in Pickaway County, said PICCA.

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