Moffat County Early Childhood Center hosting winter clothing exchange for preschool children
CRAIG — A lack of warm clothing can be difficult for children during winter, but educators hope to undo that problem and help kids bundle up.
Moffat County Early Childhood Center is asking for parents who have gently used clothing for preschool-aged children to consider donating them for the center’s snow clothing exchange.
“Any donations will be greatly appreciated, but please not clothing with holes or tears,” said preschool Director Stephanie Davis. “Then, come in and get whatever you need.”
The center is accepting donations of winter clothing — snow pants, coats, gloves, hats, and boots — through Friday, Dec. 14. Clothing will be sorted and available for families in need of the materials from Monday, Dec. 17, through Thursday, Dec. 20, at the preschool, 600 Texas Ave.
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