Coats for kids being sought

By the Herald staffFebruary 3, 2014 

Firefighters Coats for Kids

Kennewick firefighter Brian Carter, right, explains the Firefighters Coats for Kids program to Jacque Jewett, left of Selah, Betty Berry of Yakima and Sherry Van Denbrink of Wapato at P.F Chang's in Kennewick. The program is a collaborated effort between local firefighters and non profit Operation Warm and Coats for Kids to provide warm coats to needy children. Patrons were asked to donated money by scanning a QR code on a flier left on each table. P.F. ChangÕs donated 20% of MondayÕs food sales to the program.

PAUL T. ERICKSON — Tri-City Herald Buy Photo

Kennewick firefighter Brian Carter talks about the Firefighters Coats for Kids program to Jacque Jewett, left, of Selah, Betty Berry of Yakima and Sherry Van Denbrink of Wapato at P.F. Chang's restaurant in Kennewick. The program is a collaborative effort between area firefighters and nonprofits Operation Warm and Coats for Kids to provide warm coats to needy children. Patrons were asked to donate money, and P.F. Chang's donated 20 percent of Monday's food sales toward the program.

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