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Ridgeland Fire Department Provided Assistance to the Salvation Army Toy Shop

Ridgeland Firefighters John Mitchell (left) and Shaun Moody assembled bikes and provided other assistance for the Salvation Army Toy Shop held in Ridgeland this year.

The Salvation Army Toy Shop was held in Ridgeland this year at 6510 Old Canton Road. Since Dec. 2, Ridgeland Firefighters spent many hours assisting in the shop.  They assembled bikes, moved bikes, packed bags, unloaded trucks, and for three days directed cars into the distribution area.  With 200 senior angels and 2000 children angels being served, there was a lot of work to do.

“The Ridgeland Firefighters provided a tremendous service,” said Becky Tilton, Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary Volunteer Coordinator. “I cannot tell you how impressed we all were with their professionalism, good nature, and willingness to do whatever task was asked of them. Thank you so very much for your support.”

Ridgeland Firefighter Andrew Shelby provided assistance to the Salvation Army Toy Shop.

Ridgeland Firefighter Mark Greenwood is shown assembling bikes for the Salvation Army Toy Shop.

Many children and seniors will have a merry Christmas thanks to the volunteer hours of the Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary, the Ridgeland Fire Department, and all the individuals, businesses and large corporations that adopted angels, purchasing toys and wish list items. The Ridgeland Fire Department was glad to be a part of it.