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Dec. 3, 2003

There's nothing fishy about students making toys for needy children

TOOLING FOR TOYS -- Pat McDevitt (left) and Preston Sweeney, technology education juniors at SUNY Oswego, use scroll saws to make wooden fish toys for the 16th annual campus Toy Drive. Professor Thomas Kubicki, right, holds a replica of the finished product. Several students from the Oswego Technology Education Association club created around 60 fish, using lumber donated by Raby's Ace Homecenter, to brighten the holidays of local youngsters as a complement to the 16th annual SUNY Oswego Toy Drive. The college's regular drive continues this year, with members of the campus community purchasing toys for needy families.

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