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Westminster Clothing Drive & Competition

Starting from Tuesday, June 19, 2018,  Westminster’s Clothing Drive will be taking place. Mr.Kaiman’s class is collecting gently used clothing for Diabetes Canada. Diabetes Canada collects clothing and gives it to Value Village to sell. All the profits made from sales go to Diabetes Canada research and funding for kids with diabetes to go to camp. Your donations will help support 11 million people with diabetes and prediabetes.

The clothing drive will go on until Tuesday, June 26. Students can drop off clothing during school hours. Clothing can also be dropped off before the Talent Show on Thursday, June 21 from 6-6:30pm. You can donate clothing such as:
  • Shirts
  • Pants
  • Coats
  • Scarves
  • Mittens
  • Hats
  • Shoes

Winter clothing is preferable, but all gently used clothing is acceptable. Mr.Kaiman’s class will be hosting a party for the class that brings the most clothing. The party will be an hour long in the gym and will include snacks, dancing, music, dodgeball, and lots of fun partying. You have one week to donate clothing. Good luck!


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