Group donates warm clothing to Hurricane Sandy victims
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Susan Rogers, Northwest Suburban Council PTA health and safety chairman, with the council's donation for the Hurricane Sandy relief drive led by RIM Logistics.
Courtesy of NWSC PTA/PTSA
On Tuesday, Nov. 13, volunteers from the Northwest Suburban Council PTA selected warm clothing from the NWSC PTA Coat Closet to be donated to Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.
Ten large lawn leaf bags of overstock coats and warm weather accessories were selected by Susan Rogers, NWSC PTA Health & Safety chairman; Jen Towsey, Central Road PTA president; and Kelly Hill, also from Central Road. The items were then donated to RIM Logistics. RIM is a transportation company in Roselle that conducted a warm clothing drive at their warehouse. RIM will be delivering the collected items to victims of Hurricane Sandy.
The NWSC PTA Coat Closet was established so that all District 15 children would have the opportunity to be properly clothed in the winter months. The Coat Closet is at Gray M. Sanborn School, 101 N. Oak St., Palatine. Coats, hats, gloves and mittens, snow pants, scarves, and boots, ranging in size from toddler to adult, are available. Those needing clothing should contact any Community Consolidated School District 15 school office. The Coat Closet is maintained by the NWSC PTA Health and Safety chair along with the health and safety chairs from the 20 schools in Community Consolidated School District 15. The Northwest Suburban Council of the Illinois PTA provides support and resources to the local PTA units of all CCSD15 schools.
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