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  • Think Before Throwing Those Clothes Away

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    If you are doing some winter-cleaning and happen to toss large bags of books, clothes or household materials in the junk pile, think about donating them. Donating your goods to local shelters and organizations is a great thing to do, especially during the Holiday season. Linda Jenkins of The Cleveland Heights Patch discusses further:

    As winter approaches, we're cleaning and storing tools. Some of you are probably discarding clothing, too. Before you go to the tree lawn with bags of clothes and other items, pause to think whether or not you're discarding junk or second hand items. If it's junk, go the distance. If it's second hand, check the yellow pages for a mission to make a charitable donation. If you have clothing beyond repair or old linens cut them into small pieces and donate them to the animal shelter.

    Don't leave gasoline in the gas can. Secure your tools to prevent them from falling on your cars during the winter, especially if you used your garage for summer parties or a fall cottage during the warmer season.

    It's not too early to pick up salt to melt the snow and a shovel too. Invest in a few winter items to help your senior neighbors.

    Have a great day!

    Read more at The Cleveland Heights Patch

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