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Brendan Wallace is an eighth grader at H.B. Whitehorne Middle School and part of the Faith Formation program through Our Lady of the Lake Church. He is working on a service project now and would like some help from the community.
Wallace is seeking donations of new pajamas and books for children who are infants through age five to benefit a non-profit organization called the Pajama Program. “This program serves less fortunate children who are currently living in foster homes, group homes, or shelters,” Wallace says.
If you can help, please drop the items off at 44 Howard Street by March 4. Wallace says to look for the bin labeled Pajama Program in the front foyer of his home.
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