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Montecito Fire Collecting Toys, Food for Unity Shoppe


Certain foods and new toys will be collected at the two Montecito fire stations throughout the remainder of the holiday season and will be donated to the Unity Shoppe to help kids in need. The stations, at 595 San Ysidro Road and 2300 Sycamore Canyon Road, are accepting unwrapped toys and food stuffs including peanut butter, canned and dried fruits and vegetables, soups, pasta, oatmeal, rice, beans, and canned tuna, salmon, and chicken.

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