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February 2, 2014

Ken-Ton Closet taking next steps

Ken-Ton Closet celebrates first anniversary with first fundraiser

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Tonawanda News — Then, from 2 to 6 p.m. Feb. 8, the “Toasty Toes for Tots” shoe and sock drive will take place at the Knights of Columbus, 1530 Kenmore Ave., Kenmore, sponsored by The Giving Hearts of Hope. Admission is the event costs $10 per child ($30 maximum per family) with adults admitted free, and includes activities, crafts, games and face-painting. New or gently used children’s footwear of all kinds, new children’s socks and basket raffle donations are needed. 

Beyond that, donation collection continues at Sheridan-Parkside and other locations (coats for children are particularly needed right now, as are the always-needed new socks and underwear). For more information, email ken-toncloset@ktpa.org, visit www.ktpa.org/Ken-Ton_Closet.html or search for Ken-Ton Closet on Facebook.

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