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Monday August 31st, 2015 11:21AM

SFHS faculty, staff donate toys for the less fortunate

By Staff
CUMMING - Recently, more than 100 of South Forsyth High School's teachers and staff donated a toy to help make the holidays brighter for children in Forsyth.

It was part of the Holiday Giving Tree Program, organized by the Forsyth Country YMCA.

"We are blessed to have a great school in a great community and wanted to do something special to say thanks", said school spirit director, Coach Kevin Dankosky.
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