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Briarcliff Manor PBA Collecting Clothing Basics

Items like socks, underwear, scarves and gloves are still needed for Hurricane Sandy victims.

As winter approaches, Briarcliff Manor Police Officer Mike Zazzini said the places hardest hit by Hurricane Sandy still have residents in need of some of the most basic items.

"They have enough winter coats," he said, but simple items like socks and underwear are in short supply.

Therefore, the Briarcliff Manor Police Benevolent Association will be hosting a clothing drive to benefit Long Island and Staten Island residents hit by Sandy over the course of the next few weeks.

"The Briarcliff Manor PBA will be collecting packaged t-shirts, underwear, unused gloves and other accessories, socks, scarves and hats for adults and children," Zazzini said.

Residents can drop off these unused items in the collection box at police headquarters, beginning today.

"Please bring it down," said Zazzini.


For additional information, contact Police Officer Mike Zazzini at 914-497-8551.

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