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Distribution day set for coats contributed in drive

The Elizabeth Ashley Hoke Memorial Trust sponsored the  collection of new and gently used coats for kids and families during October.

Coats were dropped off at Friends of Abiqua Heights, Willamette Valley Bank, Silver Creek Fellowship Church, Adventist Community Services, Immanuel Lutheran Church, Silverton Senior Center, Hi-School Pharmacy, Gear-Up, Sunflower Farms, First Christian Church, St. Paul’s, Les Schwab Tires, Robert Frost School. Butte Creek School, Umpqua Bank and Silverton Elks.

Now they will be distributed Nov. 9, 9 a.m. to noon, at Adventist Community Services, 1159 Oak St. and the Silverton Community Center, 421 S. Water St.

Email [email protected] for more information. You can donate online at www.ehoketrust.org.

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