Pajama Project Aims to Provide Wamth, Peace

NORFOLK - Only one week remains for those wishing to take part in this year’s “Warmth, Peace and Pajamas” project.  Pam Sears helps spearhead the Salvation Army project to provide a warm pair of pajamas for about 700 children in the community. She says all sizes are needed – some more than others.  Sears says pajamas of all sizes are needed, but they especially need PJs for boys ages 10-to-16.  Sears says pajamas – with the tags still on so children know they're new - can be left at the Salvation Army at 112 North 7th, or at the WJAG/LiteRock 97.5/106KIX studios at 309 Braasch Avenue. The pajamas must be received by December 18th for distribution on the 20th.  Sears says cash would also be welcome to purchase pajamas, but it is important to designate that the donation is for the pajama project and not for the Salvation Army general fund.