College of Southern Maryland’s Engineering Club representatives drop off donations that club members collected for Toys for Tots, including, from left next to tree, Kyle Robinson, Kali Campbell and Dillon Mandley. Mandley, president of the club, wanted to give back this holiday and encouraged CSM students to bring in toys for the donation.
Also participating in the donation, far left, is CSM Academic Advisor Jehnell Linkins. They are joined by La Plata police officers, from left, Officer Bradley Smith, PFC Ricky Fields and Sgt. Eddie Cunningham.
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