Melanie MacDonald, the executive director of Seasons House (second from left), accepts the donations from the CNC students. Contributed photo

CNC students collect mountain of warm clothes for locals in need

Seasons House now has four plastic bins, 25 garbage bags and four boxes of clothes to distribute

Seasons House’s Sherilyn Van Halderen, second from right, accepted the donation of gently used warm clothes that a group of CNC Social Service Worker Certificate program students had collected to keep locals in need warm this winter.

From left: students Camille Yuroux, Amber Woodruff, Delaine Hilts and (far right) Kathleen Cooper helped Van Halderen take four plastic bins, 25 garbage bags and four boxes of clothes back to Seasons House to distribute to those in need.

The Clothes for the Cold campaign ran Sept. 24 to Oct. 12.

READ MORE: College of New Caledonia Quesnel students asking for Clothes for the Cold



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