See & Do hosting back to school clothing giveaway

While it may be too early for coats, the See & Do Club in Montpelier is offering back-to-school giveaways this Thursday and Friday

MONTPELIER — The See & Do shop, at 220 Depot St., in Montpelier, will have a back-to-school clothing giveaway from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday and Friday, Aug. 13 and 14.

Bags will be provided and free will donations will be accepted. Customers will be limited to five at a time and participants are required to wear masks, even children. Hand sanitizer will be available.

See & Do is a retail non-profit operated by local volunteers offering a wide selection of clothing and household items at no cost. It’s been a part of the Montpelier community for about 60 years and offers its services to Williams County residents only.

See & Do had been closed since March due to COVID-19. It will resume regular hours starting Wednesday, Aug. 19, and Friday, Aug. 21, See & Do board president Connie Lamberson told The Bryan Times.

“We think we’re ready. And we think our patrons are ready, especially for back-to-school shopping,” Lamberson said.

Customers 55 and older are asked to visit from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and all customers from 12:30-2:30 p.m. The store will be closed from noon to 12:30 for sanitizing and cleaning, Lamberson said.

Customers will be limited to five at a time inside the store and are required to wear masks.

Only laundered items in white garbage bags can be donated, and the organization requests no flip-flops.

Call Connie Lamberson at 419-485-3331 with questions or concerns.

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