SFD seeks gifts for Santa

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For the last seven years Superior Fire Department has committed itself to making sure that every child in Superior has a toy for Christmas. The department needs your help to make sure the tradition can continue.

Santa will drive around town for six hours, stopping every time a child comes out to greet him. Every child that comes out to see Santa receives a toy. The Fire Truck that carries Santa is outfitted with over 5,000 Christmas lights and a snow machine.

Your donation of $2-$5 toys, gift card, or check will ensure that no child who comes out to see Santa will be disappointed. Larger toys will be distributed through the Angel Tree program. The difficult economy has made your support even more important.

You can drop donations at the Superior Fire Department, or mail them to: Superior Fire Department, 236 Golf Course Rd., Superior, AZ 85173

The Superior Firefighters would like to give a heart felt thank you to everyone who donated last year. None of this would be possible without your continued support.

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