The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of Rutland County is celebrating Operation Dolls and More program with a display of items starting at 2 p.m. today at the Trinity Church in Rutland.
Throughout the year RSVP volunteers have been collecting more than 10,000 items that will be distributed to more than 50 non-profit organizations and schools in the area. New and restored dolls, toys, books, bikes, games, accessories, cradles, wooden vehicles and more will be on display at Trinity Church before they distributed to families in the area.
The RSVPís program helps ensure that families in need are able to provide for their children at this time of the year.
The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call Cindy Sheehaw at 773-8826.MORE IN Local & State
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