KSLG “Warm & Fuzzy Clothing Drive” Friday Dec. 9th
[Press release] Friday December 9th, 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 8 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”. Last year, Chinn received the Presidential Citizen’s Medal from President Barack Obama, and will oversee the donation.
“This is our 4th Warm and Fuzzy Winter Clothing Drive..and we would love to have it be our most successful yet.” said KSLG afternoon host Dr. Syd Reagan.
KSLG is encouraging everyone in the community to donate whatever they can.
“Really, we’ll take anything. I suppose there is something we won’t accept, but it hasn’t happened yet,” said KSLG morning host John Matthews.
General Manager Patrick Cleary added, “This year, more than ever, there is a great need to help those in need. We’re pleased we can help Betty Chinn with her good work.” More information about the Warm and Fuzzy Clothing drive can be found at http://www.kslg.com.