Baby, it’s cold outside: Help local families stay warm

As part of Hometown Holidays in The Junction this weekend, junction_ad.jpgthere’s a Warm Clothes Drive under way for area families. As Susan Melrose, executive director of the West Seattle Junction Association, explains: “We are looking for all types of warm clothes to keep all members of our community warm through the winter. Clean out your children’s closet and hand-be-down piles looking for all types of winter clothes including jackets, pajamas, boots, long underwear, sweaters, socks, and more. We will collect these items at Hometown Holidays Headquarters (44th Ave SW and Alaska) all weekend long. WestSide Baby will pick up the loot on Sunday (December 2) at 5 pm. And if you don’t have these items, you can help this organization by bringing diapers too.”

3 Replies to "Baby, it's cold outside: Help local families stay warm"

  • jpf November 29, 2007 (12:14 pm)

    Can you drop clothes off on Friday?

  • LA in the Junction November 29, 2007 (7:56 pm)

    What about adult clothes — are those requested, or just children’s items?

  • Susan December 1, 2007 (9:40 am)

    Children’s clothes prefered, yet all is welcome. It’s a drive for Westside Baby and the adult clothes will be sorted and sent to a different organization.

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