Frogs that roll are one of the toys made by Emerald Heights Retirement Community residents. The residents build the toys from cutoff hardwoods and plywoods donated by Monroe’s Canyon Creek Cabinet Company. (Contributed photo)

Frogs that roll are one of the toys made by Emerald Heights Retirement Community residents. The residents build the toys from cutoff hardwoods and plywoods donated by Monroe’s Canyon Creek Cabinet Company. (Contributed photo)

Monroe’s Canyon Creek, retirement community craft toys for charity

Emerald Heights Retirement Community, Monroe Correctional Complex build hundreds of wooden toys.

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