Community Missions received a donation of more than 6,300 children's clothing items as part of a service project by Boy Scout Troop 824 of Sanborn.
More than 6,300 children's clothing items were donated to local organizations last weekend, thanks to the efforts of Greater Niagara Frontier Council's Boy Scout Troop 824 of Sanborn and Lollipop Loft Children's Consignment Store.
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Mark Breese led to the Scouts considering ways to give back.
Breese shared ways they could make a difference in the community.Dave Majewski, owner of Lollipop Loft Children's Consignment Store, brought up the idea of the troop working with him to sort and collect clothing that could be donated for distribution to individuals in need."We are thrilled that these pieces are being given to so many organizations that directly impact those in need," said Majewski, who recently bought the store at 2120 Niagara Falls Blvd. his young girlfriend Marin’s mother’s beach house in the Hamptons. He's never been married because he didn't want a “life of leftovers and a mini van parked in the garage.”Visiting...Chick-fil-a has a very loyal following here in Western New York despite having no locations here yet.