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Community - January 2, 2019

Atherton police treat kids in need to a holiday shopping spree

by Angela Swartz

It was an experience they could only have dreamed about: Eight local kids were taken on a holiday shopping spree at Target in Redwood City on Dec. 19 to buy gifts for family members, a treat for themselves, and a necessity like a coat or pajamas, thanks to the Atherton Police Department and its nonprofit supporting groups.

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