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Marco YMCA Klothes for Kids

Liane Edixon special to the Eagle
A box for sweatshirts and other winter wear for kids sits under a giving tree at the YMCA as part of the organizations new local campaign, Klothes for Kids. Donations can still be dropped off, which provides students at Charter Middle School with warm clothes.

Liane Edixon special to the Eagle A box for sweatshirts and other winter wear for kids sits under a giving tree at the YMCA as part of the organizations new local campaign, Klothes for Kids. Donations can still be dropped off, which provides students at Charter Middle School with warm clothes.

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  • Liane Edixon special to the Eagle
Pre-K teacher Ruth Carvajal and her teaching assistant Zul-Marie Morales pose under the giving tree with their preschool class, which is one of the programs offered by the YMCA that the giving tree collects scholarship money for.
  • Liane Edixon special to the Eagle
The giving tree is collecting monetary donations to help provide YMCA scholarships for kids at the Greater Marco Family YMCA. Various dollar amounts are available.
  • Liane Edixon special to the Eagle
A giving tree at the Greater Marco Family YMCA sits in the lobby with three collection boxes underneath for the holidays.
  • Liane Edixon special to the Eagle
A box for sweatshirts and other winter wear for kids sits under a giving tree at the YMCA as part of the organizations new local campaign, Klothes for Kids. Donations can still be dropped off, which provides students at Charter Middle School with warm clothes.

When board members for the Greater Marco Family YMCA caught wind that a need for cold-weather clothes caused a student to stay home from school one day, and that an even greater number didn’t even have long pants, they stepped up and started the Y Klothes for Kids program.

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