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As you break out your winter clothes, one group is asking you to remember those who don't have what they need to stay warm.
Ardmore Young professionals is organizing its annual winter coat drive.
The organization will accept any new or gently used coats of all sizes and styles.
You can drop them off at The Ardmore Public Library, the UPS store or Banc First in Ardmore.
AYP Service Committee Chairperson Julie Aultman says that any coat will help.
"All the way from infant to adult," Aultman said. "So just about anything; there's a big need of course every year to keep people warm."
The drive will run from October 15th through November 30th.
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