The Southborough Rotary Club and Algonquin Rotary Interact Club will be at the Transfer Station this Saturday. They are hoping the public will support a special collection drive and/or donate to another charitable effort.
As I’ve previously posted, Rotary is co-sponsoring a collection drive to help keep those less fortunate warm through the winter. They are collecting winter coats and socks.
This Saturday, November 19th from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm, volunteers will be at the Transfer Station to collect coats. Organizers are encouraging residents to bring them new or gently used men’s, women’s, and/or children’s winter coats.
At the same time, they’ll be collecting cash donations for a different cause — Emergency Kits for homeless women. It’s a continuation of the initiative that they publicly began raising funds for at Heritage Day.
If you can’t swing by the Transfer Station, you can still participate in the coat and sock drive through December 21st at 7:00 pm, by dropping off items in the collection bin at 60 Latisquama Road. (If you have any questions, please call 857-998-8372 or email email@example.com.)