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Thursday February 27th, 2020 2:58AM

Operation Keep Warm: Free PJs for needy children in Gainesville

By Ken Stanford Contributing Editor

Representatives of two Gainesville companies have come together to provide pajamas to needy children in the area.

Angel Wiley with Keller Williams Lanier Partners says she was looking for some way to "give back to the community."

So, she says, "I went and picked up 200 sets of pajamas to give to some of the children in need in the community. Jonah Abraham with Homestar Financial is helping me with this."

Wiley adds they will distribute the clothing until it is all gone.  They have sizes 4-5 to 14-16. "Families in need should (reach) out to myself or Jonah and we can give them the address for pick up."

Wiley says she hopes to be doing something like this a few times a year, "possibly more!"

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