The HOLIDAYS are approaching…the weather will soon be cold, blowing winds will chill you to the bone…'tis the season to be jolly. But for some, it's not very jolly. They need some help. The caring folks at Kimmel Cleaners will volunteer their time, materials and machinery to clean good donated outerwear and Wyandot Motor Sales will furnish trailers for storage of the items that our good neighbors give so that others less fortunate can keep warm this winter. Coats will be picked up by Marion County Board of Developmental Disabilities in Marion and Amvets Post 777 in Upper Sandusky. A big thank you to those organizations for their support. Special Thanks to Henry Lumber as well for their donation to the event. Tri-Rivers in Marion and St. Peters in Upper Sandusky are donating their facilities to display the cleaned pre-owned coats on distribution day and staff from iHeartMedia Marion will be on hand to help with distribution.

How can you help this season? Drop off your good used or new coats at the following locations:


Marion Drop-off locations

First Federal-279 Jamesway Dr. 

First Federal-195 Barks Rd. W. 

Goodwill Industries-1637 Marion Mt. Gilead Rd.

Kimmel Cleaners-125 E. Columbia St. 

Marion Community Credit Union-300 Barks Rd. E. 

Marion Community Credit Union-810 Kenton Ave. 

Marion Prescription-524 E. Center St. 

Rivers Edge Embroidery & Screen Printing-2890 Harding Hwy E. 

Tri-Rivers Career Center-2222 Marion Mount Gilead Rd. 

True Life Church-390 E. Center St.

Cool Kids Resale-1322 Mt. Vernon Ave.

 

Upper Sandusky Drop-off Locations

First Federal-118 S Sandusky Ave. 

Fairhaven-850 Marseilles Ave.

Kimmel Cleaners-225 N. Sandusky Ave. 

Quest Federal Credit Union-1735 E. Wyandot Ave.

Wyandot Motor Sales-1400 E Wyandot Ave.


Harpster Drop off Locations 

First Federal-17480 Cherokee St.

Hempy Water Distribution Day will be Saturday, December 9, 2017 at 8 a.m. at Tri-Rivers Career Center and St. Peters School in Upper Sandusky. Coats will be distributed first come, first serve for anyone in need.

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