Two drop-off points around Wayland will be in place until Dec. 17.
- COUNT US IN
Sunday, November 25, 2012
The press release below was submitted by the Wayland Police Department. The Wayland Police Department in conjunction with the Massachusetts State Police and the U.S. Marine Corp Reserve is once again participating in the Toys for Tots program. The Wayland Police Department will be collecting new, non-violent, unwrapped toys for children ages newborn to 14 years old. The toys may be dropped off at the Wayland Police Department and the Wayland Town Hall. Both locations have toy bins you may place your donation into. The last collection will be on Dec. 17, 2012. If you have any questions or concerns you may contact, Det. Sgt. Jamie D. Berger at 508-358-4721.
Gift-givers can drop off toys in boxes in the lobby of the Wayland Public Safety Building.
Editor's Note: After publication of this story, David Lebrun was arrested on various charges related to impersonating a member of the military. Toys for Tots collection continues unabated at the Wayland Public Safety Building. The Wayland Police Department is once again this season collecting toys for the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation. Det. Sgt. Jamie Berger is serving as the Wayland PD liaison for the Toys for Tots program this year. He said this is the fifth year Wayland Police have gathered toys for the program. "Wayland PD is happy to help the Marine Corps League in collecting toys for tots as a means to help our community and those in need with toys for children of all ages during the holiday season," Berger said via email. New, …