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EMSA Collecting H.U.G.S. For The Winter

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  EMSA is collecting new hats, underwear, gloves and socks (H.U.G.S.) for donation to adults, teens and children in need this winter.

  EMTs and paramedics will be manning ambulances at various locations throughout EMSA's service area to collect donations.

  Donation sites include:

  Thursday, October 25 -- Woodland Hills Mall, Acorn Parking Lot -- 10:00 - 6:00.

  Friday, October 26 -- IHOP, 101 S. Highway 97 in Sand Springs -- 9:00 - 2:00.

  Saturday, October 27 -- Village Inn, 2745 S. Harvard -- 9:00 - 2:00.

  Thursday, November 8 -- Sutherland's, Bixby -- 10:00 - 6:00.

 

 

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