Salvation Army gives away coats in Monessen
The Salvation Army's Mon Valley Citadel gave away more than 40 winter coats to needy area residents on Saturday.
The clothing giveaway coincided with the citadel's annual rummage sale, which attracted a crowd to the citadel's Monessen complex.
A wide array of items were available for sale, including hats, gloves, scarves, sweaters and, yes, more coats.
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