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Spring/summer clothes swap to be held in Shrewsbury

By Joyce DeWallace, Contributing Writer

Shrewsbury – Kids grow out of their clothes almost as fast as the clocks change back and forth to daylight savings time.  For years parents have been passing down gently used clothing to siblings or friends or selling and buying at garage sales.

Now a spring/summer children’s clothes swap has been arranged at the Father Smith Center of St. Anne’s Church, Route 9, Shrewsbury for Thursday, March 28, from 6 to 7 p.m.

Families can bring a tote of clothes to swap and select items to take home.  The clothes should be in good condition with no holes or stains.  If someone wants to donate clothes, they can be dropped off at 5 p.m.

The Shrewsbury Girl Scouts will be on hand to assist with the swap.  All remaining clothing will be donated to St. Anne’s Thrift Shop and Abby’s House.

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