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Thanks to Bill Schultz, center with Santa Claus hat, El Dorado County recorder-clerk registrar of voters and Veteran's Affairs Director, the annual Elf Toys for Tots tennis tournament that was held last Saturday at the Millennium Sports Club in Shingle Springs. The annual event collected about 100 toys and county residents donated $277. Courtesy photo

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Toys for Tots

By From page A9 | December 19, 2012

SHINGLE SPRINGS — Bill Schultz, the El Dorado County recorder-clerk, registrar of voters and Veteran’s Affairs Director along with members of the Millennium Sports Club held their annual Elf Toys for Tots tennis tournament last Saturday at the club. The annual event collected about 100 unwrapped toys and raised $277 for the Marine Toys for Tots Program.

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