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On Dec. 10, one of Santa’s elves visited Monongahela Valley Hospital with dozens of dolls, trucks and games for the Hospital’s 2020 ‘Toys for Tots’ Campaign. Gerald Stasicha delivered the toys on behalf of the Spring Grove Condo Clubhouse Committee.


Monongahela Valley Hospital employees Corinne Laboon, vice president of Marketing and Community Relations, (l.) and Doug Prentice, storeroom manager and one of the Hospital’s Toys for Tots campaign managers, (c.) accept the toys from Gerald Stasicha, who delivered the items from the Spring Grove Condo Clubhouse Committee.

“This is the fourth year that our Clubhouse Committee collected new toys from our condo community to donate to the Hospital’s Toys for Tots campaign,” said Mr. Stasicha. “We hope that we are helping to make the holidays happier for local children.”

Throughout the month of December, new, unwrapped toys were dropped off at the Welcome Desk in the Hospital’s Lobby until Friday, Dec. 18. The toys were then collected by the Mon Valley Leathernecks, a group of former Marines who have sponsored the local toy drive for more than three decades.




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