Windermere Real Estate offices collect 415 coats for people in need

Windermere Real Estate offices collect 415 coats for people in need

Windermere Real Estate offices in Sequim and Port Angeles collected 415 coats during their annual coat drive in October.

The coats, along with hats, gloves and scarves, were donated to the Sequim Boys & Girls Club, Sequim Seventh-day Adventist Church’s free clothing closet and The Answer for Youth for distribution to people in need.

Pictured, from left, are Windermere employees Dave Sharman, Dollie Sparks, Jody McLean, Alan Burwell, Marcee Medgin, Carol Dana, Michelle Gulka, Tyler Conkle, Cathy Reed, Kylie Walters, Jessica Warriner, Sheryl Payseno Burley and Rick Brown, all displaying a few of the collected coats.

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