Coat donations benefitted children at Hall's Cross Roads Elementary School.
Thanks for sharing your coats, Aberdeen. Because of your donations, children at Hall's Cross Roads Elementary School were outfitted with proper winter attire around the holidays. Our first coat drive in Aberdeen was a success, delivering about one to two dozen coats to the school around winter break. We'll look to replicate the drive again next winter. Still have some extra kid-size coats lying around? Awesome. You can contact the school, or reach out to me and I'll figure out how to get the coats there myself. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a community-oriented event you need help promoting? Post it on our calendar here. Have an ongoing initiative you've organized? Tell us about it in our Local Voices. You can also post to our …
It's not too late to donate a coat to make the holidays warmer for Aberdeen children.
Aberdeen Patch is collecting coats for families in need this winter.
- LOCAL CONNECTIONS
- Sean Welsh
Sunday, December 9, 2012
The temperatures Monday didn't call for heavy coats. But cold weather is right around the corner, and some Aberdeen children are in need of coats and winter apparel. Patch is here to help. We are collecting coats for children that attend Hall's Cross Roads Elementary School this month. After two successful coat drives in Havre de Grace, Patch reached out to Harford County Public Schools to learn that Aberdeen children may be in need of winter coats, hats, gloves, etc. this winter. After a quick text exchange with Mayor Michael Bennett, the coat drive was underway. Starting Tuesday morning, donate your coats and other winter items in the lobby at Aberdeen City Hall. Just look for the green bin and drop your items off. If the bin is full, …