Pajamas Needed For Foster Children

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 8/17/2013 6:46 pm
     Before temperatures drop to freezing at night, there's an urgent need to collect pajamas for foster children in central Kentucky.

     The Pajama Project kicked off their drive Saturday, asking people to donate PJ's  to children who are waiting for adoption.

     Organizers say many of these children are in temporary living arrangements, and don't have warm pajamas for winter.

     A school bus outside of Sam's Club in Lexington is set up for donations.  
 
     They are also collecting children's books.
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