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Linden Ponds Donated More than 500 toys to Hingham Police and Fire Departments Toy Drive

January 6, 2012

Hingham, MA -- People who live and work at Linden Ponds gathered together to collect more than 500 toys for the Hingham Police and Fire Departments.  Hingham Police Chief Mike Peraino and Deputy Chief Glen Olsen came to Linden Ponds to accept the toys.
"We are thrilled to be working directly with the Hingham Police and Fire Departments," said Christina Jones, Community Services Manager, Linden Ponds.  " We collect hundreds of toys for Toys for Tots every year and come together as a community to decorate the trees.  We are beyond thrilled to have been able to collect more than 500 toys this year."
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