Anni Evans, V.P. Kids’ Closet
Fall and winter can be particularly hard for many of the children Kids Closet serves. With the weather getting cold, these children come to the Closet for warm winter clothes including a knit stocking cap. We at Kids’ Closet are so grateful to the many knitters that provide us with enough stocking caps to dress about 1,500 kids each fall. The knit caps come in all colors and styles to please everyone. In addition to the Knit Wits group in SaddleBrooke, we receive knit caps from the old Pueblo knitters in Tucson, numerous SaddleBrooke residents and even from an ex-SaddleBrooke resident that now lives in Texas. Thank you to all knitters for keeping the Closet well stocked for the winters.
To read more about SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO) and Kids’ Closet log onto www.community-outreach.org.