Family Youth and Child Services of Muskoka had a successful clothing drive. The Warm Clothes Warm Hearts campaign raised enough clothes to distributed to residents in Huntsville, Bracebridge and Gravenhurst. Manager of Corporate Support Services Kristin Denault says they started the campaign the second week of October, which is earlier than last year.

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Denault also says collected more clothes this year.

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Clothes were also given out to residents in Huntsville and Gravenhurst. Warm Hearts Warm Clothes is a joint effort with Fabricare Cleaning Centres with support from the District of Muskoka, The Table and Children’s Foundation of Muskoka. Denault says they are grateful to the community.

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This is the third year for the campaign. Denault says they hope to do even better next year.