Cape Gazette

Barker Therapy joins with local churches in winter clothing drive

Dec 04, 2013

Barker Therapy and Rehabilitation of Seaford has joined with local ministries in an appeal to the community to help provide warm coats for the those in need.  All sizes are needed, from children to adults. Any gently worn or new coats, hats, gloves or scarves can be dropped off at Barker Therapy, 1200 Norman Eskridge Hwy., Seaford. Distribution will begin Tuesday, Dec. 17, at Barker Therapy.

Shown are (l-r) Pastor Ronald Houston, St. John's Second Baptist Church, Millsboro; Tanya Logan, PT aide; Lisa Davidson, PSM; Pastor Floyd Bivens, New Beginnings, Laurel; and Mindi Wheatley, SPT, getting the drive started with the first donations.


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