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Posted: Monday, 14 December 2009

DOTHAN—Faculty and staff at Troy University’s Dothan Campus last week donated more than 100 new toys to the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program.

The toys were presented on Thursday, Dec. 10, to Wiregrass Toys for Tots Coordinator Mike Walton and Staff Sergeant Justin Grundstrom. This marks the third year the campus has held a Toys for Tots drive.

In addition to the toys, Dothan Campus officials also presented an $800 check donated to the campus Toys for Tots drive by members of the Carroll High Choral Club 1970-1998 and a check for $50 donated by the Student Government Association.

Dr. Larry E. DiChiara

Troy University Dothan Campus faculty and staff present more than 100 new toys to the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program on Thursday, Dec. 10. Standing in back are (left to right) Shirley Cobbs, Misty Sparks, Jason Griggs, Vice Chancellor Don Jeffrey, Keith Seagle, Hannah Hines, Gayla White and Amy Farver. In front are Elisa Paramore, Wiregrass Toys for Tots Coordinator Mike Walton and Staff Sergeant Justin Grundstrom. In addition to the toys, Dothan Campus officials also presented an $800 check donated to the campus Toys for Tots drive by members of the Carroll High Choral Club 1970-1998 and a check for $50 donated by the Student Government Association. (TROY photo/Matt Clower)