DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and the Walmart at York Commons in Dayton collaborated to donate pumpkins to elementary school kids in the Miami Valley on Friday.
Due to the pandemic, second graders at Northridge Schools were not able to pick pumpkins for their class, so they reached out to the sheriff’s office for help. Deputy Snyder stopped into the Walmart at York Commons, where store manager Brad and his team pulled together a donation for the students.
The Harrison Township Government Center helped get the pumpkins to the school. The sheriff’s office said they are grateful to their department, to Walmart and Harrison Twp. for their assistance.
“We know this will definitely bring a smile to our MCKids,” they said in a Facebook post.
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