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FIll-A-Bus Filled, December 17, 2010 A spirit of goodwill can be seen, left, in the form of an MBTA bus filled with toys for local children in need.  The photo is courtesy Transportation Secretary Jeff Mullan.

This week's annual MassDOT Fill-A-Bus Toy Drive took the bus from Worcester to Lynn, Arlington to Taunton, Everett and Charlestown to the Transportation Building in Boston.  MassDOT employees from across the Commonwealth and all Divisions took part.                         

Toys donated this week are on their way to the Freedom House, Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (MSPCC), Roxbury Multi – Service Center, Yawkey Boys & Girls Club of Boston.

A heartfelt thanks to everyone who made a donation toward a happy holiday.

 

 

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