Patricia Malone looked for donated coats in her size Tuesday at the Salvation Army Community Center in Independence. An anonymous church donated 29 coats to the Salvation Army, which began giving them out Tuesday to needy people. “It came at the right time with the cold the way it is,” said Salvation Army Maj. Dean Towne, who added that the organization continues to look for donations.
Patricia Malone looked for donated coats in her size Tuesday at the Salvation Army Community Center in Independence. An anonymous church donated 29 coats to the Salvation Army, which began giving them out Tuesday to needy people. “It came at the right time with the cold the way it is,” said Salvation Army Maj. Dean Towne, who added that the organization continues to look for donations. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
Patricia Malone looked for donated coats in her size Tuesday at the Salvation Army Community Center in Independence. An anonymous church donated 29 coats to the Salvation Army, which began giving them out Tuesday to needy people. “It came at the right time with the cold the way it is,” said Salvation Army Maj. Dean Towne, who added that the organization continues to look for donations. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

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