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Veterans were honored at Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo on Thursday with a barbeque and a kick off for this year's Toys for Tots campaign. 
     
Participants paid $5 for a lunch and donated new toys for the Marine Corps' Toys for Tots. 
     
The money went toward the Cuesta College Veterans Resource Center, which works to integrate and care for veterans in our area. 

"We all signed the dotted line, we believe in this country, we believe in the idea of it and we just want to continue that and make sure this is a better place for everyone to live," said Frank Luna, Student President of the Student Veterans Association.

"There's a lot of veterans on faculty, staff and our students, and we're just happy to support one of the best charities and causes on earth, Toys for Tots," said John Cascamo, Academic Dean.

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