, Muskogee, OK

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December 19, 2013

MHS club collects 200 coats

Raylene Foster of the Salvation Army, left, Muskogee High School Octagon Club President Amanda O'Neal and student sponsor Cynthia Kane show some of the 200 coats the Salvation Army picked up Monday at MHS. The club collected the coats through its annual coat drive. Salvation Army Lt. Jason Sebo said coats were desperately needed. As soon as Foster arrived at the Family Store with the coats, several were given away.

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