Pilgrim Lutheran Children to get Extra Warmth this Winter
Source: Brookfield Patch
Author: Scott Anderson
More than 200 children at Pilgrim Lutheran School will receive brand-new winter coats, thanks to a partnership between nonprofit Operation Warm and Brookfield-based boutique Altar’d State, school officials said Monday.
All students will receive a free coat during a special event to be held at the school on Oct. 23. Officials say that Altar’d State helped to cover the cost of the coats, which will be handed out to children who are between four and 14 years old. Click here to read more.
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