Final in-person collection closes for Kaua‘i Toys for Tots

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    Junior Miss Kaua‘i Colbie Cortez and Little Miss Kaua‘i Hi‘ilei Berg start to offload one of the Disc Golf Kaua‘i ‘Ohana cars filled with toys, Sunday at the Toys for Tots collection site at the Kaua‘i Veterans Center.

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    Capt. Rod Green of the Kaua‘i Toys for Tots accepts a contribution from a drive-through donor, Sunday at the Toys for Tots collection center at the Kaua‘i Veterans Center.

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    Little Miss Kaua‘i Hi‘ilei Berg accepts a contribution from Lyle Tabata, Sunday at the Toys for Tots collection site at the Kaua‘i Veterans Center.

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    Barbara Gusman of the Kaua‘i Toys for Tots offloads contribution from a drive-through donor, Friday at the Toys for Tots collection site at the Kaua‘i Veterans Center.

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    Cheryl Perreira and family show off the $3,000 worth of toys the family dropped off, Friday to the Toys for Tots collection site at the Kaua‘i Veterans Center.

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    Faith Campbell and Wilcox Health volunteers turn over four containers of toys collected, Friday to Barbara Gusman of the Kaua‘i Toys for Tots at the Kaua‘i Veterans Center.

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    The Disc Golf Kaua‘i ‘Ohana turns over more than $2,700 worth of toys to the Toys for Tots collection site, Sunday at the Kaua‘i Veterans Center. Shown are Johnna Miller, Sophia Gregg, Richard Taken, Sophia Gregg, Jacob Mueller, Bailey Jacobsmeyer, Ryan Jacobsmeyer, Colbie Cortez, Capt. Rod Green, and Hi‘ilei Berg.

LIHU‘E — People waiting to contribute to the Toys for Tots campaign are able to drop off their contributions at any of the Kaua‘i fire stations, said Capt. Rod Green of the U.S. Marine Corps League that coordinates the Toys for Tots campaign on Kaua‘i.

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