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Area bank launches Salvation Army clothing drive

Worcester – Commerce Bank announced its annual clothing drive for the Salvation Army is under way in its 13 offices throughout Central Massachusetts.  Articles of gently used clothing collected in Commerce Bank offices will be sold in local Salvation Army Thrift Stores, with the proceeds going to help fund the Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center in Worcester.

The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center is a residential rehabilitation program that provides counseling, vocational training, and long-term support to those with issues of substance misuse, legal problems, relational conflicts, homelessness, and unemployment.

Clothing can be dropped off through Sept. 21 in collection bins at the following Commerce Bank office locations:

Holden – 1057 Main Street

Leominster – 565 Main Street

Marlborough – 322 Maple Street

Milford – 91 Main Street

Shrewsbury – 226 Boston Turnpike

Webster – 25 Worcester Road

Westborough – 5 East Main Street

West Boylston – 320 West Boylston Street

Worcester – 386 Main Street, 11 Park Avenue, 560 Park Avenue, 993 Grafton Street and  451 Lincoln Street

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