Honor Society students hold Winter Coat Drive | News, Sports, Jobs

Shirley P. Olin

Times Observer photo by Brian Ferry
Members of the Warren Area High School National Honor Society are conducting a Winter Coat Drive to collect new and gently used winter clothing through Feb. 4. Pictured are: (front, from left) Emma Ruhlman and Max Harrison, and (back, from left) Halee Mineweaser, Lilly Jache, Ellee Irwin, Isabel Wortman, Judd Demers, and Jaelyn Mohney.

With winter in full swing, National Honor Society students at Warren Area High School are hoping to share some warmth.

The students are holding a Winter Coat Drive.

They are looking for donations of new and gently used winter clothing that will be distributed by the Salvation Army.

Collections began Friday and will run through Friday, Feb. 4, at the following locations:

Warren Area High School, Warren County Career Center, Warren County YMCA, St. Joseph Catholic Church, Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, Molly Dies Dance Unlimited, Praise Fellowship, and Johnson Tire.

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