A whole lot of youngsters in western Kern County will obtain toys this vacation season because of an area oil firm and the Buttonwillow California Freeway Patrol.
Sentinel Peak Assets in Fellows, close to Taft, held an worker toy drive and barbeque lunch Wednesday benefiting youngsters in Taft and Buttonwillow.
Staff donated a whole lot of presents together with barbies, bikes and basketballs.
“This toy drive that Sentinel Peak Assets assists us with is one hundred pc of the toys that we collect for the Buttonwillow CHP’s toy drive so at this time was an absolute success,” stated Officer Adam Taylor with the CHP Buttonwillow workplace.
That is the second yr the corporate has held the toy drive they usually additionally introduced the Buttonwillow CHP with a financial donation to assist these in want all through the next yr.
“This can be a reflection of this business’s contributions right here within the county. we’re simply so joyful to be a part of it,” stated Christine Halley, the Director of Environmental Well being and Security for Sentinel Peak Assets.
CHP Buttonwillow will probably be distributing toys to youngsters who have been chosen by the world faculties or the recreation middle in Taft on December twenty third.