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WHO: Attorney General Patrick C. Lynch Providence city officials and City Council members, area legislators, community leaders, Providence police officers, firefighters, and educators, and lots of kids.
WHAT: The Department of Attorney General’s “Holiday Toy Gun Bash” is back. As at previous bashes, local youngsters will get free toys in exchange for destroying their toy guns in the “Bash-O-Matic.” This device was designed and built by students at the New England Institute of Technology and the Rhode Island School of Design.
WHEN: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2008 12 Noon-3 PM (AG Lynch to offer welcoming remarks at 12:30 PM)
WHERE: Pleasant View Elementary School, 50 Obadiah Brown Road, Providence
WHY: Because society needs to raise awareness of the dangers associated with guns —whether they’re real guns or toys. Lynch and other leaders will talk to members of the community about resources that are available to them to reduce incidents of gun violence and juvenile violence.Source
Originally posted by woodwardjnr
What Im trying to say, is, from personal experience, exposure to toy guns as a child will not turn you into a gun slinging homicidal murderer