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Help Toys For Tots Drive Through Dec. 12

Park Ridge police officials including Chief Frank Kaminski (left), officer Ben Peterson (right) and executive officer Tom Gadomski (rear) join members of the Park Ridge Police Explorers in showing off part of Toys for Tots haul behind City Hall in December 2020. Cars drove up throughout the morning with donations for the annual U.S. Marine Corps drive. (Journal file photo)

Park Ridge has established five drop-off locations for its annual Toy Drive, collecting donations of new toys for the Marine Corps Reserve’s 75th Toys for Tots collection in the Chicago area.

New and unwrapped toys can now be dropped off through Dec. 12 at: Park Ridge City Hall, 505 Butler Place; the Park Ridge Police Station, 200 Vine St.; Park Ridge fire stations at 901 Devon (Station 35) and 1000 N. Greenwood (Station 36); and the Park Ridge Library, 20 S. Prospect Ave.

A special drive-up will also be held at the Police Station on Dec. 10 from 9 to 11 a.m.

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