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By 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.
Published: Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2012, 8:59 p.m.
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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