JAMESTOWN (NewsDakota.com) – The local Coats for Kids campaign kicked off Thursday in Jamestown and runs through Sept. 8.
This year’s campaign is being run by the Ave Maria Village, the Salvation Army and One Hour Martinizing.
Lieutenant Brecto with the Salvation Army says they have a great need for winter clothing
The campaign asks that all donated items be clean and in good working order. They are looking for items such as coats, gloves, winter caps, boots and snow suits of all sizes.
Collection sites are at Ave Maria Village, the Salvation Army and One Hour Martinizing during regular business hours.
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