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Diaper Drive in Duluth

Created: 12/02/2013 11:36 AM WDIO.com

The December Diaper Drive is intended to refill the shelves at the LSS Crisis Nursery, located in the Ordean Building at 424 W. Superior St., Suite 105.

When shoppers are picking up toys for their children or grandchildren, they are asked to think of children who don’t even have diapers and buy a package two.

Drop-off locations through December: Duluth Area Family YMCA, Duluth Grill, Duluth News Tribune, Explorations Toy Store, Hermantown Chamber of Commerce, Inn on the Lake, Lake Superior Magazine, Marshall Hardware, Marshall School, all four branches of North Shore Bank, Pro Print, St. Louis Co. Auditor Service Center (at the mall), and UMD Center for Economic Development (at the Tech Village).

Clubs, congregations, schools or holiday party givers are encouraged to take up a collection.

To arrange pick-up, get flyers or sign up for gift wrapping, email diaperdrive@aol.com or call 218-728-1445.

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