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(c) 2012 Lillian DeDomenic
Helping to 'stuff' bus #11 with toys are Stephanie Werner of Whitehall, Ray Spellams of Moon Township, Autumn Geiser of Murrysville and Gina Mitchell of Plum. They were among the many donors who stopped at the Miracle Mile site of the 96.1 Kiss Stuff-A-Bus last week to drop of toys for this years Toys for Tots drive on Nov. 29, 2012. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Plum Advance Leader
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Mikey Dougherty of 96.1 KISS thanks Andrea Marconi of California University of Pennsylvania for their bus full of toys on Nov. 29, 2012. This marks the fifth year the student government at the university has participated in Toys for Tots drive and the second year they filled the CALU Flyer with toys, including several bicycles. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Times Express
(c) 2012 Lillian DeDomenic
Angelique Holmes of Penn Hills helps to unload a bus full of toys donated by the university on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012. This marks the fifth year the student government at the university has participated in Toys for Tots drive and the second year they filled the CALU Flyer with toys. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Times Express
(c) 2012 Lillian DeDomenic
A bus full of toys — driven by Santa from California University of Pennsylvania — arrives Nov. 29, 2012, at the 96.1 Kiss Stuff-A-Bus site at Miracle Mile Shopping Center in Monroeville. This marks the fifth year the student government at the university has participated in Toys for Tots and the second year they filled the CALU Flyer with toys. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Times Express
(c) 2012 Lillian DeDomenic
A bus full of toys, driven by Santa himself, from California University of Pennsylvania arrives early Thursday afternoon at the 96.1 Kiss Stuff-A-Bus site in Monroeville. This marks the fifth year the student government at the university has participated in Toys for Tots and the second year they filled the CALU Flyer with toys. Lillian DeDomenic | For The Plum Advance Leader

California University of Pennsylvania has participated in Toys for Tots drive for five years and the second year they filled the CALU Flyer with toys. Residents and businesses from Plum and the east suburbs participated in the event at Miracle Mile Shopping Center.

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