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Coat drives help locals stay warm

  • Monday, January 27, 2014

Photos provided Pawleys Island Masonic Lodge’s recently held its annual “Coats for Kids Program.” At left, Michael Grant of Waccamaw Elementary School accepts 108 pairs of new socks and 22 new coats from Dru Keesler, master of Pawleys Island Masonic Lodge #409 for 2013. Pawleys Island Masonic Lodge annually budgets and purchases clothing items for several unfortunate children in our community with these being distributed earlier in November 2013. Since its inception of the Coats for Kids Program, Pawleys Island Masonic Lodge has provided over 400 of each: new coats, T-shirts, hats, gloves, and socks to many unfortunate Waccamaw Elementary school children. Above, donations from Walmart, White Trucking Company and individuals were given for the “I’ll be warm for Christmas” project at GOMI (Georgetown Outreach Ministry) to make sure that children in Georgetown would have warm coats for these cold temperatures that we are facing.

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