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Pine-Richland students collect six busloads of toys

Seniors Kareem Zein (Student Government Secretary) and Jake Noschese (PRTV representative), teacher Beth Sipe, seniors Hannah Dirk (Student Government Treasurer), Michael Dorundo (Spirit Committee Chair), and teacher Lindsay Brough (seated) sort through toys to load onto the buses at Pine-Richland for the annual Stuff-a-Bus toy drive.

Pine-Richland High School’s Student Government members collected six busloads of toys during their annual Stuff-a-Bus toy drive. They hosted a collection drive at all of the district schools. The toys are being delivered to 96.1 Kiss radio hosts during the toy drive, which benefits the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation .

Pine-Richland’s bus carrier, Student Transportation Association, donated the buses for the special delivery.

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