Auburn Mountainview hosts clothing, textile drive March 10

  • Friday, March 2, 2018 9:47am
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The Auburn Mountainview Booster Club – in association with Clothes for the Cause – hosts a clothing and textile drive on Saturday, March 10.

The public can drop off donations at the school’s parking lot, 28900 124th Ave SE, from 9 a.m. to noon. Please enter at the west side of the parking lot off 124th.

The drive will accept clothing of any kind and condition including shoes, towels, sheets, blankets, quilts, curtains and drapery, purses, belts, throw rugs, tablecloths, place mats, pillows and stuffed animals.

Please bring donations boxed or bagged.

The booster club is partnering with Clothes for the Cause, a fundraising company that collects clothes in exchange for cash, for a weekend event to raise money for its Grad Night Party.

For more information, contact the Grad Night committee by email at 2018amhs@gmail.com.

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