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Stuff The Bus

Bus drivers, aides and other transportation staff with several area school districts worked together to stuff a 66 passenger school bus full of new, unwrapped toys as seen at Mayfield Central School on Friday, Dec. 18. The effort came together through coordination earlier this holiday season by Nancy Christman of NLC Transportation Services of Ephratah. Christman is responsible for the various annual safety training and examination of school bus drivers through the requirements of the state of New York. "THANK YOU to all the transportation staff from our local school districts that helped 'Stuff the Bus' today," Christman said on Friday. Christman thanked OESJ, Wheelerville, Wells, Lake Pleasant, Piseco, Northville, Edinburg, Mayfield and Broadalbin-Perth school bus drivers and staff.She also thanked R&C Enterprises, Rich Christman Motorsportsand Kim Heroth for their toy collection's."It was very heart warming to see that amount of toys and to know that the kids in our local communities will have a great Christmas thanks to you!" Christman said.Friday's donations were turned over to Empire Ambulance on behalf of the 4th Annual Fulton County Area News Christmas Toy Drive in support of the efforts of The Salvation Army of Fulton County, NY.All donations will stay within the area. (Photo by Ryan Lorey)

Bus drivers, aides and other transportation staff with several area school districts worked together to stuff a 66 passenger school bus full of new, unwrapped toys as seen at Mayfield Central School on Dec. 18. The effort came together through coordination earlier this holiday season by Nancy Christman of NLC Transportation Services, of Ephratah. Christman is responsible for the various annual safety training and examination of school bus drivers through the requirements of the state of New York. “THANK YOU to all the transportation staff from our local school districts that helped ‘Stuff the Bus’ today,” Christman said. Christman thanked OESJ, Wheelerville, Wells, Lake Pleasant, Piseco, Northville, Edinburg, Mayfield and Broadalbin-Perth school bus drivers and staff. She also thanked R&C Enterprises, Rich Christman Motor sports and Kim Heroth for their toy collection’s. “It was very heart warming to see that amount of toys and to know that the kids in our local communities will have a great Christmas thanks to you!” Christman said. Friday’s donations were turned over to Empire Ambulance on behalf of the 4th Annual Fulton County Area News Christmas Toy Drive in support of the efforts of The Salvation Army of Fulton County. All donations will stay within the area.

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