Binghamton Devils hold 17th annual Toys for Tots Spaghetti Dinner

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BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — The Binghamton Devils put down their hockey sticks and picked up dinner dishes all for a good cause.

Some of the players spent their evening waiting on tables at Little Venice at their 17th annual Toys for Tots Spaghetti dinner.

They did everything from taking orders to cleaning up dishes while hanging out with the fans.

Many brought in new toys to be donated to Toys for Tots.

All proceeds from a $12 dinner special and raffle tickets will be donated as well.

“I think it’s great. You know, toys for the less than fortunate, and if you could give a chance to give back, then I think it’s really important to do. Especially in this season. So I think that’s huge,” says Binghamton Devils foreward Michael McLeod.

In the past, the dinner has raised as much as $1,300.

Officials say this year is on track to being just as successful.

David Caya

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