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Nothing like some new PJ’s


February 20. 2014 11:45PM
By Peter Wilcox



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Lt. Ted Tressler, corps officer, Salvation Army in Wilkes-Barre, hands Corey Checefsky, 5, of Wilkes-Barre, a pair of pajamas on Thursday as the Salvation Army kicked off its Pajama Caravan, distributing several new pairs of pajamas to homeless children living at shelters across city as well as Northeastern Pennsylvania. The pajamas are a donation of the Army’s Thompson Family Pajama Pantry, established in 2009 with a mission to collect pajamas and sleepwear for disaster victims and families living in homeless shelters. To date the PJ Pantry has distributed more than 10,000 pajamas to those in need across Pennsylvania, according to the Salvation Army.




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