Meigs County 3rd Annual Toy Drive
The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office 3rd annual toy drive is now underway. Applications must be picked up and turned in at the Meigs County Sheriff’s Office by December 13.
Since Sheriff Jackie Melton took office in 2010 and started the toy drive, with the generous help of the county, approximately 350 children in Meigs County have been able to have a Merry Christmas and our goal this year is to see that number continue to grow. With the help of the citizens of Meigs County this program has become a huge success and countless number of children have something to look forward to on Christmas day.
You can bring new, unopened toys to any of our convenient drop off locations throughout the county. These areas will be collecting any new unwrapped toys from now until December 13th. Toys and games are needed for all ages from infants through teenage boys and girls as well as “stocking stuffer” type toys. No toy is too big or small.
For more information or a list of toy drop off locations or to volunteer contact Sheriff Jackie Melton or Chief Deputy Brian Malone at the Meigs County Sheriff’s Office at 423-334-5268.
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The Meigs County Sheriff’s office will now be listing seized, abandoned, and other surplused items on the online auction website www.govdeals.com. Be sure to check the website regularly as we will be constantly adding items.
Click the link below to go directly to the items we currently have up for auction or go to the auction tab above to clink the link.
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