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CU donates funds after Scrooge steals gifts
WOODBURY, Minn. (12/26/07)--Needy children from more than 100 families in the North St. Paul area were to have received toys for Christmas after Postal CU (PCU) donated $1,250 Dec. 19 to replace 20 bags of toys stolen the day before.
David Grupa, left, was collecting holiday toy donations for an elementary school from North St. Paul businesses when his vehicle was stolen. Postal CU employees Patty Kamas and Doug Zakrewski presented 50 $25 gift checks to Grupa and Webster Elementary School social worker Judy Aubrecht, right, to replace the toys. (Photo provided by Postal CU)
David Grupa was collecting holiday donations from North St. Paul businesses Dec. 18 on behalf of Webster Elementary School when his vehicle was stolen. Though his SUV was later recovered, the toys were gone. PCU donated 50 $25 gift checks to Webster Elementary School to replace the toys. The school collected toys donated from local businesses as a part of the North St. Paul Area Holiday Drive. “Part of PCU’s mission is to help people in the communities we serve,” said PCU President Russ Plunkett. “We were glad to assist in replacing gifts for those less fortunate.”


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