Call for support from 8th annual Warm Bodies Warm Souls Coat Drive. Plus, 'The Impossible Midterms,' episode 2 of Where in the World are Those Utah Propositions from Alliance for a Better Utah and Independent Media Journalist Josh Romney.
KRCL threw its support behind the 8th annual Warm Bodies, Warm Souls Clothing Drive, which runs through Dec. 15. RadioACTive got the 411 from Bank of Utah's Adam Harmon, The Road Home's Rachel Anderson and Lauren Navidomskis of Lantern House formerly St. Anne's Center in Ogden.
The public is invited to collect new or gently-used coats, hats, scarves, gloves, socks and blankets and drop them off at 70 locations throughout Utah including Bank of Utah’s 20 full-service bank branches and mortgage offices; Arctic Circle’s 33 restaurants from Tremonton to Spanish Fork and Red Hanger’s 22 locations along the Wasatch Front.
As a token of appreciation for your help, anyone who makes a donation can also receive a coupon card from any drop-off location for either a FREE Double Cheese Burger from Arctic Circle, or FREE Shirt Cleaning from Red Hanger.
Episode 2 of Where in the World Are Those Utah Propositions: "The Impossible Midterms," featuring advocates and experts explaining the three propositions from 2018 and the extraordinarily difficult process Utahns went through to pass them.
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