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Castle Pines business owners bring hope to local charities

By Carin R. Kirkegaard; courtesy photos

Castle Pines business owners Theo and Ashleigh Civitello, Nicole Gregory and Sarah Phillips recognized an increased need that so many local families faced this past holiday season. Knowing what a hard year 2020 had been for so many, the Civitellos, Gregory and Phillips took on the role of Santa’s elves and held toy drives to help fill the coffers of three local charities – Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children, Boys and Girls Club and the Help & Hope Center.

The community generously gifted hundreds of toys to make the holidays a little brighter for many children. Phillips commented that when she pulled up to the Help & Hope Center, the trunk of her car filled to the brim with toys, a little boy standing outside asked her, “Do you know Santa

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