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Sumter County Fire Department Offers Free Beer in Exchange for Toys

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THE VILLAGES – The Sumter County Fire Department along with Beef O’Brady’s in The Villages are offering free beer, drinks, or chips in exchange for a new toy in hopes of collecting toys for their annual toy drive.

Bring an unwrapped new toy to the restaurant located at 3539 Wedgewood Lane in The Villages and get a ticket valid for your choice of a free draft beer, freestyle drink, or chips with salsa on Friday, December 16.

Your toy will help benefit the Sumter County Fire Department’s toy drive to help collect toys for families in need this holiday season.

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You can drop your toys off between 6:00 pm and 10:00 pm at the restaurant and pick up your ticket.

People who bring in a toy will get up to three tickets, one for each toy.

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