Williams Police Officer’s Sponsor Countywide Toy Drive

The Williams Police Officer’s Association announced it would be hosting its annual Christmas Toy Drive to benefit less fortunate children in Colusa County.

“The Williams Police Officer’s Association is requesting your help in bringing a smile to a child’s face this Holiday Season by purchasing an unwrapped toy for children between the ages of 2 and 12,” said Williams Chief of Police, John Osbourn.

The Williams Police Officer’s Association has collaborated with community stakeholders and identified easy drop off locations: The Williams Police Department and Williams Lower Elementary School.

Additionally, the Williams Police Department will have a booth in the vendor area of the upcoming Festival of Lights Parade on Saturday, December 12.

Donations will be accepted between now and December 21, 2015; and will be distributed to children in Colusa County.

The Williams Police Officer’s Association is an association of the hardworking professionals, both sworn and non-sworn, who are dedicated employees of the Williams Police Department.

For more information about the Toy Drive contact the Williams Police Department (530) 473-2661.

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