Giving Coats for the Cold


Marisa Anders | Claiborne Progress The Claiborne County Family Resource Center is doing their annual new and gently used coat collection. The coats are given to residents and families that are in need of a coat who live in the Claiborne County area. Here, Deb Tong of the Family Resource Center goes through just a few of the coats that are ready to be given away. Coats will be given away on a first-come, first-served basis on Dec. 7-8 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. both days. The coats are located this year at the old Family Resource Center, also known as the old Ma Brown’s Store, a white house that sits across from the bus garage on Old Knoxville Road. Coats of all sizes are still needed, especially little girls’ sizes. Pictured are all of the girls’ coats available as of Friday afternoon. If you have a coat you would like to donate, please contact the Family Resource Center at 423-626-1188 or The Alpha School at 423-626-3323. You can also drop off coats at The Alpha School during regular hours.


Marisa Anders | Claiborne Progress

The Claiborne County Family Resource Center is doing their annual new and gently used coat collection. The coats are given to residents and families that are in need of a coat who live in the Claiborne County area. Here, Deb Tong of the Family Resource Center goes through just a few of the coats that are ready to be given away. Coats will be given away on a first-come, first-served basis on Dec. 7-8 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. both days. The coats are located this year at the old Family Resource Center, also known as the old Ma Brown’s Store, a white house that sits across from the bus garage on Old Knoxville Road. Coats of all sizes are still needed, especially little girls’ sizes. Pictured are all of the girls’ coats available as of Friday afternoon. If you have a coat you would like to donate, please contact the Family Resource Center at 423-626-1188 or The Alpha School at 423-626-3323. You can also drop off coats at The Alpha School during regular hours.

Marisa Anders | Claiborne Progress The Claiborne County Family Resource Center is doing their annual new and gently used coat collection. The coats are given to residents and families that are in need of a coat who live in the Claiborne County area. Here, Deb Tong of the Family Resource Center goes through just a few of the coats that are ready to be given away. Coats will be given away on a first-come, first-served basis on Dec. 7-8 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. both days. The coats are located this year at the old Family Resource Center, also known as the old Ma Brown’s Store, a white house that sits across from the bus garage on Old Knoxville Road. Coats of all sizes are still needed, especially little girls’ sizes. Pictured are all of the girls’ coats available as of Friday afternoon. If you have a coat you would like to donate, please contact the Family Resource Center at 423-626-1188 or The Alpha School at 423-626-3323. You can also drop off coats at The Alpha School during regular hours.
http://claiborneprogress.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_coats.jpgMarisa Anders | Claiborne Progress The Claiborne County Family Resource Center is doing their annual new and gently used coat collection. The coats are given to residents and families that are in need of a coat who live in the Claiborne County area. Here, Deb Tong of the Family Resource Center goes through just a few of the coats that are ready to be given away. Coats will be given away on a first-come, first-served basis on Dec. 7-8 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. both days. The coats are located this year at the old Family Resource Center, also known as the old Ma Brown’s Store, a white house that sits across from the bus garage on Old Knoxville Road. Coats of all sizes are still needed, especially little girls’ sizes. Pictured are all of the girls’ coats available as of Friday afternoon. If you have a coat you would like to donate, please contact the Family Resource Center at 423-626-1188 or The Alpha School at 423-626-3323. You can also drop off coats at The Alpha School during regular hours.
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