Toys For Tots: Registration Saturday at Coweta Veterans Hall

From Staff Reports
An additional Toys for Tots registration time for Coweta parents will be offered Saturday from noon to 2 p.m. at the Coweta Veterans Hall.
Toys For Tots, a program of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve, will register children up to 13 years of age who require Santa’s help in order to enjoy Christmas this year.
Registration is open to children living in Coweta County. Proof of residency and income verification are required at time of registration. A state issued ID or utility bill and Medicaid or Peachcare card are accepted. Social Security cards for children are also required.
The Veterans Hall is located on Hwy. 29 North from the Bypass.
As you approach a plant nursery on the left, watch for the Veterans Club sign immediately on your right. Follow the long driveway and use the front steps.

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