Edgeview neighborhood collects toys, money for local efforts

  • Monday, December 11, 2017 3:51pm
  • Life

The Edgeview neighborhood in Auburn continues to give back, celebrating the holiday season with its second annual Christmas parade on Dec. 7 and participating in a toy and cash drive in partnership with the Auburn Police Department, Valley Regional Fire Authority and Cub Scout Pack 432.

The community donated more than 520 toys to the VRFA’s annual toy drive and gave cash donations to the police officers guild.

“We are always amazed and humbled by the generosity of our community,” Lauren Clark said. “Edgeview is truly an amazing place to live.”

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