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Chiropractor donates coats to Bingham Crisis Center

October 29, 2011

The Morning News — Leslie Mielke Dr. Michael Johnson and Cari Garrett from Bingham County Chiropractic present winter coats to Dixie Chapman of the Bingham Crisis Center on Friday.

BLACKFOOT — On Friday, Bingham County Chiropractic donated 150 winter coats to the Bingham Crisis Center. During October, for the past four years, Bingham County Chiropractic has spearheaded this coat drive under the direction of Dr. Michael Johnson, Cari Garrett and Dixie Chapman from the Bingham Crisis Center.
"We love the coat drive; especially receiving children's coats," Chapman said. "Anyone who needs a coat can come to the Crisis Center to get one. No one in Bingham County should be cold."
"We do this every year because we know the coats go to a good cause," Johnson said,
Donations of "gently used" winter coats are still accepted at Bingham County Chiropractic, 6th W. Bridge St., Blackfoot.
Food for the needy will be collected from Nov. 7-18. Please bring a minimum of three canned goods or non-perishable items to Bingham County Chiropractic or Advanced Eyecare of Blackfoot.
Donations will be given to the Southeastern Idaho Community Action Agency (SEICAA).

 

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