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www.wmfd.com - Clothes shoppers got a unique opportunity this past weekend to pick up clothing items at bare-bones prices and help out new parents as the Sharing is Caring Community Clothes Closet was held at the Ocie Hill Neighborhood Center on Bowman Street in Mansfield with clothing of all sizes available to families. }}" />

   
 
 
Community Clothes Closet Benefits Help Me Grow Diaper Bank

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  Original Published: 10/6/2013 Clothes shoppers got a unique opportunity this past weekend to pick up clothing items at bare-bones prices and help out new parents. The Sharing is Caring Community Clothes Closet was held at the Ocie Hill Neighborhood Center on Bowman Street in Mansfield with clothing of all sizes available to families. A $2 bag donation for the clothes was accepted and shoppers could bring their own bags. All proceeds benefited the Help Me Grow Diaper Bank to assist parents in need of diapers who may have no other means or resources to obtain them.
   
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