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Myrtle Beach collects Coats for Kids

The City of Myrtle Beach will have five drop-off locations for Coast RTA's Coasts for Kids Campaign.

If you want to participate, bring a new or gently worn coat, jacket, sweater, gloves, hat or a blanket to any of these locations by Nov. 30:

Myrtle Beach City Hall

Myrtle Beach City Services Building

Chapin Memorial Library

Ted C. Collins Law Enforcement Center

Law Enforcement Center Annex

This year, distribution of collected coats and garments will be held in the banquet hall at Canal Street Recreation Center from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, December 7.

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