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New Store Holds Event To Help Local Families

Story By: Lauren Artino

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 3/18/2014

The New Store is located in the Mid-Ohio Conference Center and is set up like a retail store to give children the feeling of shopping in a "hip, stylish" clothing store. They provide shoes, clothing, toiletry items and books to kids in need. Children in grades K-8 are referred by social workers and school principals.

Clothing is donated from The Children's Place, Khols, private donations and grants. 55 children attended Tuesday's "Dressing Day", and nearly 30 volunteers helped them pick out new outfits. For more information or to donate, visit thenewstore.org

   
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