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November 14, 2007

Albany - Have some clothes you no longer need? There are plenty of people who could use them. Another Chance Family Outreach on East Roosevelt in Albany is collecting clothes for people in need.

Thanksgiving clothes drive organizer Karreecha Nemby says with temperatures expected to dip in the next few days, there are a lot of people looking for ways to stay warm. She said, "I feel rewarded first of all, knowing that the hard work I put into it. Knowing that I'm always actively looking for ways to help people. It makes me feel really good."

Want to donate?  Just go to 1210 E. Roosevelt Monday-Thursday and drop off your clothes or give them a call at 881-5179 or 883-0613.

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