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Little Falls PTA Plans Clothing Drive


LITTLE FALLS, NJ - The Little Falls School #2/3 Parent Teacher Association is planning a gently used clothing drive on Sunday Oct. 22, from 12 to 3 p.m. at the School #2 parking lot. 

Here is a convenient way to get rid of any unwanted gently used clothing and other household items. Clean up your closets and help raise funds for the kids. 

Acceptable Items: clothing (all types, seasons and sizes), sneakers and shoes (all kinds), hats, scarves, gloves, handbags,backpack, belts, toys and games (all types, smaller than two foot by two foot), all bedding and towel items, draperies and curtains, stuffed animals and dolls.

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No outdoor toys and/or books. 

Any questions contact Agi Romano at

Be advised that the PTA is using a different company than in the past, therefore there are no bags attached, you can put your donations in any type of plastic bag.

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