The Sons of the American Legion – Seicheprey Post 2, Bristol, CT – are holding their Second Annual Winter Coat, and non-perishable Food Drive for the Thanksgiving Holiday Season.
Items can be dropped off anytime from 10am to 11pm Monday thru Sunday at the American Legion – 22 Hooker Court – Bristol, CT from now until December 20th. Coats will be distributed to the Christian Fellowship Center in Bristol.
Food will be distributed to the Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church in Bristol. “We are pleased to directly help those who are less fortunate during this time in our community. Last year we collected over one-hundred coats, jackets and sweatshirts that directly helped people in Bristol,” stated Patrick M. Kilby – Commander of the Sons of the American Legion Post 2.
“The response over the past year has been overwhelming. We placed the collect box out three weeks ago and have already received 35 jackets and coats.” Said Kilby, “We truly are off to a great start, thank you for all of your support.”
For more information, please contact Patrick M. Kilby – SAL Commander, 860-966-3873.
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