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Members of the Community Enhancement Collaboration recently came together at the Washington Park Community Center to hold a party and give lower-income children toys for Christmas. The event included a bicycle raffle and food for those who attended. About 300 children participated in the event and each one received four toys.
“This was a wonderful event in which every child who came got some toys for Christmas. I want to help the children in the community,” said Nadine McCrea, founder of the CEC.