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Clothing for a Cause

Montgomery middle school students Nadia Karmali, Tienna Northgraves and Emmaline Holtz are collecting gently-used clothes for delivery to the Salvation Army.

They’ve formed the group Clothing for a Cause to give back to the community.

Clothing donations can be left on the front steps of 1403 Brisbane Ave. in Coquitlam between now and the end of January.

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