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"Keep Our Community Warm" Program has Warm Coats Available at AmeriGas

December 16, 2014

“Keeping Our Community Warm” program where coats, caps, mittens and snow pants are available for any families who need them at no cost! The winter clothing is available week days between 9:00 and 4:00 PM at AmeriGas located across from the Langlade County Fairgrounds. They have LOTS of very nice quality, warm winter clothing available for families who need winter clothing and have limited resources. The clothing is mostly gently used, in clean and good condition donated by families who no longer need it. They have infant to adult sizes on hand for families who need winter clothing. The clothing has been collected at the hospital and numerous other locations around town in boxes provided by youth groups connected to local churches.

The “Keeping Our Community Warm” program is administered by local Salvation Army volunteers, AmeriGas employees and local youth groups as a community service project.

For the article that ran in the Antigo Daily Journal on October 24, 2014 click here.