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RMV Thank You Cradles

MassDOT employees at the RMV Division Quincy headquarters are showing the spirit of giving during this 2009 holiday season. 

The RMV Quincy office received a certificate of thanks, left, from Cradles 2 Crayons, a local charity with the mission of providing to children the basics of life, including clothing, school supplies, along with toys for the holiday. 

The RMV giving tree was filled to overflowing with toys and other presents. 

The RMV Quincy employees also donated to the Home for Little Wanderers and donated food for the Elizabeth Stone house. 

Thanks to all MassDOT employees who donated a food item or toy this season.

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