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Bubba's Closet needs donations

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By: Jenn Hatcher
jhatcher@klkntv.com

Bubba's Closet, a goodwill effort by the elementary principals of Lincoln Public Schools, is accepting elementary-age clothing that children have outgrown.

Clothes to consider donating include warm jackets, pants and shirts, and may be dropped off at the following Hangers locations:

•2525 Pine Lake Rd.
•2655 S. 70th
•1550 S. Coddington
•2101 G St
All clothes will be cleaned by Hanger's at no charge, and sorted by LPS elementary principals, who sponsor this annual event.

Then, on Saturday Nov. 16, donated clothes will be available to the community's children at the annual Bubba's Closet event: 8:30-9:30 a.m. at Hartley Elementary School, 730 N. 33rd St.
Any elementary student, accompanied by an adult, may come and choose appropriate items of clothing to adopt and use – for free. There are no income requirements.  Sacks will be provided by Lincoln Public Schools.

For more information contact Mary Kay Roth, LPS Communications, 402-436-1609

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