Quetin Stamp, 3, gets a fireman s hat from Santa who makes a suprise visit  to Fire Station #1 in Lexington, Ky. after the news conference concerning the  Lexington Firefighters  Toy Program which will replace the name Toys for  Tots.  Monday Oct 14, 2002
Quetin Stamp, 3, gets a fireman s hat from Santa who makes a suprise visit to Fire Station #1 in Lexington, Ky. after the news conference concerning the Lexington Firefighters Toy Program which will replace the name Toys for Tots. Monday Oct 14, 2002 LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER
Quetin Stamp, 3, gets a fireman s hat from Santa who makes a suprise visit to Fire Station #1 in Lexington, Ky. after the news conference concerning the Lexington Firefighters Toy Program which will replace the name Toys for Tots. Monday Oct 14, 2002 LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER

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