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Shoe Collection benefits city parks

 

September 8, 2022

Daria Anderson-Faden

Beer and Loathing owners Heather and Nate Entingh, above, collected 102 large, heavy bags of shoes for their fundraiser, Positive Spaces, which benefits Kimball parks and provides shoes for those who need them. Each bag has 25 pairs of shoes in it – 2,550 pairs total – and they collected enough to have a truck pick them up. Volunteers helped load the truck, but Heather and Nate collected and stored the shoes.

Beer and Loathing owners Heather and Nate Entingh, above, collected 102 large, heavy bags of shoes for their fundraiser, Positive Spaces, which benefits Kimball parks and provides shoes for those who need them. Each bag has 25 pairs of shoes in it – 2,550 pairs total – and they collected enough to have a truck pick them up. Volunteers helped load the truck, but Heather and Nate collected and stored the shoes.

 
 

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