Our Mitten Tree has seen donations from across our region, and Thursday a group from the Northeast Kingdom came down to drop off donations from their community.
The National Honors Society at Hazen Union High School acted as a collection site for Mitten Tree donations. The group worked with their community to gather hats, mittens and scarves for our cause for warmth. But rather than have everyone send their donations separately, they decided to bring them all as one-- as a sign of spirit during the giving season.
Abbey Tolman and Sam Kish from the NHS at the school helped bring the items to out station.
The school gathered more than 300 items for our Mitten Tree, that's nearly one donation for every student at the school.
And if you'd like to donate, you can bring items to the station at 30 Joy Drive, or drop them by the UPS stores in all three states in our region.
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