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Mr. Swords pleased with results of clothing drive

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Students folded and sorted clothes Thursday morning. Photo by Joseph Winter.

Students folded and sorted clothes Thursday morning. Photo by Joseph Winter.

Students folded and sorted clothes Thursday morning. Photo by Joseph Winter.

Students folded and sorted clothes Thursday morning. Photo by Joseph Winter.

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At about 9:30 a.m. on Thursday, kids were sitting on the library floor, folding shirts and putting them in a pile. On a back table, men’s shirts and pants were piled high. Close to the front door of the library, shirts and pants for girls and women were stacked up on a table.

The winter clothing drive had wrapped up just a couple hours earlier, and Mr. Cory Swords, whose Philip Neri community was in charge of the event, said he was pleased. 

“It’s about the same as last year, but I am still very happy with it,” Mr. Swords said. “It is definitely more organized (this year). We have more people to help. But I have a few things I want to change to make it more organized for next year.”

Junior Josh Castaneda brought shorts, sweats, shirts and hoodies for the drive. “I wanted to help the poor and to help kids to have clothes if they can’t afford decent clothes,” he said. 

 

 

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