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"Warm Hearts Project" To Help People in Need

The St. Louis County Law Enforcement Chaplaincy (SLCLEC) has teamed up with the Duluth Police Department and various religious communities for a project aimed at keeping people warm this winter. The St. Louis County Law Enforcement Chaplaincy (SLCLEC) has teamed up with the Duluth Police Department and various religious communities for a project aimed at keeping people warm this winter. |  Photo: WDIO-TV

November 15, 2017 12:00 AM

Authorities in St. Louis County are looking for donations to keep people warm this winter. 

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The St. Louis County Law Enforcement Chaplaincy (SLCLEC) has teamed up with the Duluth Police Department and various religious communities for the "Warm Hearts Project." 

They're looking for people to donate scarves, hats, gloves and mittens. These items will be organized into kits. Each kit includes one scarf, one hat, one pair of gloves/mittens. The kits will be placed in Duluth Police squad cars and distributed as needed

Folks who'd like to donate can drop items off at the Public Safety Building on Arlington Road. They're goal is to make 500 kits. 
 


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