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Cops give Tots a merry Christmas and a lot of love

Published on Saturday, December 14, 2013

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Children were allowed to pick any number of items.

Julie McCombs

Children were allowed to pick any number of items.



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Legos was a popular choice for boys. Deciding on which project was somethimes the hardest part.

Julie McCombs

Legos was a popular choice for boys. Deciding on which project was somethimes the hardest part.



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Officer Matt Cohen provides some important details about a toy.

Jim Fair

Officer Matt Cohen provides some important details about a toy.



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Riverside High School boys basketball players spent the day helping children select gifts, size clothes and generally enjoying giving back to the community's youth.

Julie McCombs

Riverside High School boys basketball players spent the day helping children select gifts, size clothes and generally enjoying giving back to the community's youth.



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Hundreds of children had a merry Christmas Saturday at the Greer Police Department Cops for Tots distribution of toys at the Cannon Centre.

Volunteers included the Citizen Academy alumni, the Riverside High School  boys basketball team, the Greer Police Department and family members. 

Lanie Hudson, Miss Greater Greer, and Taylor Ross, Miss Greater Greer Teen also escorted the children through the maze of toys.

Mimi's fed the GPD Friday, Chick-fil-A provided breakfast Saturday morning and Texas Roadhouse a late lunch.

The photo on the home page is Officer Johnathan McWhite asking a young boy his age.

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