January 9, 2007
The Salvation Army is starting one of its annual traditions to keep everyone in Charlottesville warm throughout the winter.
The Charlottesville agency recently kicked off its third annual "Winter Warmth for Everyone" program designed to give everyone a coat or shoes who needs them.
The program is a joint effort with Terra Bella Cleaners and some churches to clothe the less fortunate around the city.
"People can drop off coats here, or at the Terra Bella Cleaners, and we'll be very tickled to receive them," said Linda Kluever of the Salvation Army.
The Salvation Army will accept coats Monday through Friday from 9:00a.m. until 4:00p.m. Items can also be dropped off at any Terra Bella Cleaners location.
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