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Torres Shelter sock drive

It’s sure getting cold outside and Marigold Elementary School hopes you can warm someone's heart by donating a pair of socks.

Posted: Nov 18, 2017 9:30 PM

It’s sure getting cold outside and Marigold Elementary School hopes you can warm someone's heart by donating a pair of socks.

For just $2 you can buy a pair of socks at Big-5 Sporting Goods on 1717 Mangrove Ave.

Then out front on weekends, there will be a booth where someone will collect those socks.

They will be donated to the Torres Shelter.

On Saturday we spoke with three young helpers and they're hoping to collect more than 1,000 socks.

“We're hoping to get 5,000 socks, we're doing this so we can make a difference at the Torres shelter and we hope we can get 5,000,” said Audrey Meier.

“And we're doing it so that we can help the Torres Shelter cause it’s almost winter time and its getting really cold,” said Brayden Blizman.

The sock drive will be in front of the store every weekend until December 10 from noon until 4 p.m.

If you can't make it during the weekend you can drop a pair of socks at the front office of Marigold Elementary school at 2446 Marigold Ave in Chico.

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