Christmas Was A Little Brighter For 20 Families Thanks To Flomaton Police

December 26, 2022

Christmas was a little brighter for 20 local families, thanks to the Flomaton Police Department.

The department held a “Fill the Cruiser” toy drive during December, collecting over 300 gifts for the families, providing Christmas toys to over 50 children.

Flomaton High School students help with the gift wrapping. Century Correctional Institution donated bicycles, and local stores provided cardboard boxes.

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Comments

2 Responses to “Christmas Was A Little Brighter For 20 Families Thanks To Flomaton Police”

  1. Teresa on December 26th, 2022 8:26 am

    Thank you Flomaton Police Dept for making our Christmas a little brighter. GOD BLESS YOU!

  2. Jimmy Brantley on December 26th, 2022 8:24 am

    Thank you Flomaton Police Department! Great job! The Brantley family appreciate you! We back the blue!





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