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As a crowd gathered around the front steps of the Post Office to hear different acapella groups from Williams College perform, a long line of families waited patiently for free hot chocolate. Meanwhile, hundreds of others waited cheerfully on the sidewalks, greeting neighbors and strangers as they all waited for the big event. At the same time, dozens of dogs in holiday haberdashery were gathering with their human pals on a lawn nearby, preparing to make their way down Spring Street for the annual Reindog Parade.

The Toys For Tots campaign in Berkshire County is in the homestretch, with hundreds of people donating new, unwrapped toys at drop boxes stationed at 150 locations throughout the county. Berkshire coordinator Christopher Keegan says the need has tripled in the seven years he has overseen the holiday charity. The toy drive lasts through Christmas Eve.

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In Episode 5 of the podcast "Sully," Dominic Dastoli speaks with golf pros, Wyantenuck members and friends of Tom Sullivan, who detail the unrelenting generosity and kindness of Sully. Whether you were an opponent, student or friend of a friend, Sully had the time to help you get right on and off the golf course.

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