Suffern PBA begins 24th annual toy drive

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The Suffern PBA has started its 24th annual toy drive for the holidays.



For the past 24 years, the PBA has collected toys for the neediest families in the county. More than 200 families will be receiving donations from this year's toy drive.



Chief Clarke Osborn says the toy drive has grown in size each year and they now have more than 100 volunteers who help them out.



Toys can be dropped off at the Suffern Police Department between now and Dec. 20.


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