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More than 500 children to receive toys in Davie


Nova Southeastern University’s Office of Student Media will be hosting its first “Handfuls of Hope” toy distribution from 5-9 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 18 at 3301 College Ave. in Davie.

It's spearheaded by The Rebirth Project, a local nonprofit that assists victims of domestic violence. Players from the Miami Dolphins and local dignitaries are scheduled to partake in the festivities. More than 500 kids from Broward and Miami-Dade counties will receive toys as part of this event.

NSU is still accepting toy donations for children up to 14 years old. If you are interested in donating a toy, you can bring it to the NSU Student Radio booth in the Rosenthal building, located next to the Don Taft University Center.

-- Scott Fishman

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Scott Fishman has covered Davie and Weston since August 2008. Born and raised in South Florida, he spent four years freelancing for the Miami Herald's neighbors sections while attending...

A native of Broward County, Fallan Patterson covers Pembroke Pines, Miramar and Cooper City for Community News. A Florida International University journalism graduate, she began her career as an editorial assistant at the Sun Sentinel, later covering coastal communities and condo legislation for the Hi-Riser...

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