Firefighters and students host toy drive


On Saturday, December 10, 2016, the Center Moriches Fire Department will be hosting its annual Holiday Parade of Lights. This year, firefighters are teaming up with high school students for a holiday toy drive.

The Center Moriches Fire Department is excited to announce it is teaming up with the Center Moriches High School Interact Club for a special opportunity to make the holidays brighter for children across our area.

Each year the Center Moriches Fire Department Holiday Parade of Lights brings thousands of spectators to our community.

This year, as you bring your family and friends to the parade on Saturday, December 10, 2016, help us create the magic for others by bringing a new unwrapped toy or gift card with you.

The Center Moriches High School Interact Club will have a float in the parade doubling as Santa’s Workshop Sleigh where visitors can fill the float with new toys along the parade route.

The holidays are a special time of year. This toy drive gives us the opportunity to help make sure every family gets to have a happy holiday season.

Please help us get the word out on our toy drive and SHARE our story from our Facebook page!

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