Warm & Fuzzy Clothing Drive Friday
This Friday, local radio station 94.1 KSLG-FM plans to help a local philanthropist warm the lives of those most in need
KSLG announced that it will broadcast live from a winter “warm and fuzzy” clothing drive from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Eureka Co-op, Fourth and B streets.
All the clothing collected will be given to Betty Chinn’s group “Betty’s Blue Angels”. Chinn recently received the Presidential Citizen’s Medal from President Barack Obama, and will stop by at 3 p.m. to oversee the donation.
“You don’t have to look hard to find people in need in Humboldt County..or anywhere, really,” said KSLG afternoon host Dr. Syd Reagan. ”For an area so small, donations to this and many other charity events have always surprised me…just one of many reasons I choose to live and work here.
KSLG is encouraging everyone in the community to donate
“Please bring whatever you can spare. It doesn’t matter if the items are new or used. I suppose you should clean the clothes,” said KSLG morning host John Matthews. “Actually, please clean the clothes before you bring them to the Co-op,” he added.
More information about the Warm and Fuzzy Clothing drive can be found at www.kslg.com.