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Coats for Kids start 24th Annual Drive!

2015 Coats for Kids drive is going on now and will be collecting good, used coats for families in need through November 30.  In the past 23 years, more than 67,000 coats have been donated, cleaned and taken to participating clothing rooms for families in need.  Join us this year in making this program a success.



Participating Cleaners will make sure the coats are clean and fresh and ready for the clothing rooms to distribute.



Classic Cleaners, 2474 N. Main

Corner Cleaning Connections, 1154 E. Prairie Ave.

Janes Cleaners, 664 W. Eldorado

Peerless Cleaners, 519 N. Monroe

Pride Cleaners and Launderers - 2553 N. Main, 1804 E. Eldorado, 912 W. Eldorado, & 2056 Mt. Zion Road

Waite's Dry Cleaners and Launderers, 1004 S. Main &  115 Magnolia, Forsyth



and coats can be donated at any of the sites below:



CVS

2990 N. Monroe

570 N. Fairview

1595 E. Cantrell Rd.



Decatur Public Library

130 N. Franklin



Decatur Township

1620 Taylorville Road



GT Church

500 S. 27th



Jerger Pediatric Dentistry

2101 N. Main



Kroger

Brettwood Plaza

Fairview Plaza

Airport Plaza

South Shores Plaza

 

Land of Lincoln Credit Union

2890 N. Oakland

3130 E. Mound

Aldi Drive



Longcreek Township

2610 Salem School Road



Regions

350 N. Water

1355 W. King

333 E. Pershing Rd

2340 Mt. Zion Rd.



Richland Community College



Soy Capital Bank and Trust

560 E. Pershing

455 N. Main

4825 US Route 36

1685 S. Franklin



St. Teresa High School

2710 N. Water Street



Texas Roadhouse

US 51 North, Forsyth

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