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‘Take what you need boutique’ at SeDoMoCha School

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DOVER-FOXCROFT — An addition has been made to this year’s children’s free summer meals program at the SeDoMoCha School on Harrison Avenue. Under the “Take what you need boutique” there is an opportunity for anyone needing clothing items that may not be able to afford them.

RSU 68 Food Service Director Heather Whitten said many many teachers and staff at SeDoMoCha have donated new and used clothing items. “I come in two to three times a week and place items on six different tables for anyone participating in the summer breakfast (Monday Friday 8-9 a.m.) and lunch (11 a.m.-12 p.m.) program to look at. Individuals are free to take anything they may need, at no cost. The sizes vary from newborn through adult.”

Whitten added, “Anyone willing to donate gently used clothing items are more than welcome and can drop the items off at the SeDoMoCha School office.”

For more information, please contact Whiten at 564-2521 ext. 1118 or hwhitten@sedomocha.org.

Photo courtesy of Heather Whitten
FREE CLOTHING BOUTIQUE — An addition has been made to this year’s free summer meals program at the SeDoMoCha School on Harrison Avenue. Under the “Take what you need boutique” there is an opportunity for anyone needing clothing items that may not be able to afford. The boutique is open Monday to Friday from 8-9 a.m. and 11 a.m. to noon.

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