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LENAWEE COUNTY, MI (Toledo News Now) -
local charity is working to make sure those in need have coats and
blankets to keep warm this winter.
Charities of Lenawee opened their doors to county residents Thursday and Friday
as part of an annual event called "Keep Lenawee Warm."
of people were expected to stop by for jackets, hats, mittens and blankets
during the two-day event. The winter gear was donated by other residents in the
community and local organizations. It was then cleaned by Adrian dry cleaners.
already had people in, thanking us, [saying] that they didn't have a winter
coat," said Delight Creech, executive director of Associated Charities of
Lenawee. "I had a lady in today that she just had a sweatshirt…so she was so
appreciative. So we are making a difference."
year, they helped provide more than 900 people with a winter coat.