Family expo, Toys for Tots signup Tuesday

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The Coweta County Family Connection Resource Expo will be held Tuesday at Central Educational Center.
The event will be held from 4-6 p.m. This is the second annual expo sponsored by the agency.
Signup for Toys for Tots will be part of the event. People seeking help should bring a driver's license or voter registration card.
To show proof of need, people should bring a Medicaid or Peachcare Card, Food Stamp ID, Social Security card for either parent or child or disability or unemployment information.
Attendees will have the opportunity to visit vendor tables for several agencies and programs including the Hill Family Legacy Resource Center, Workforce Development, Goodwill Career Center, the Georgia Meth Project, Court Appointed Special Advocates, Right from the Start Medicaid, BreakAway Chidcare, Prevent Child Abuse Coweta, One Roof Ecumenical Outreach, Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation, Community Welcome House, the Georgia Center for Child Advocacy and Pathways.

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