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Concord Lt. Robin Heinemann, from left, Isidro Llanos, who works for Concord as a recycling theft prevention specialist in the oolice department, and Concord Police Chief Guy Swanger hold Mapamundi Interactivo interactive bilingual toys being raffled off at the Monument Crisis Center in Concord, Calif., on Monday, Oct. 7, 2013. In addition to the raffled toys, more than 100children received bilingual Leap Frog pads, books and other educational materials at the special event made possible with the help of the Concord Police Department. Leap Frog donated the materials to assist children with reading and school readiness. (Susan Tripp Pollard/Bay Area News Group)
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Martha Moreno, above, with her children Yeira, 3, and Ezri, 4 months, looks at a new interactive bilingual toy her family received at the Monument Crisis Center in Concord. More than 100 children were given Leap Frog pads, books and other educational materials at the event, coordinated by Isidro Llanos in the Concord Police Department. Officers, at left, Lt. Robin Heinemann and Robert Brady, visit with Ronaldo Gonzalez, 3, after he receives a paper police officer badge and toy. Leap Frog donated the materials to assist children with reading and school readiness.