PANAMA CITY, Fla. - Families in need of clothing after Hurricane Michael are invited to come out to Bay High School Saturday morning.
The school is hosting a community clothing giveaway. The school received so many clothing donations from across the region they now have extra and are opening up distributions to the community. They have shirts, pants, shoes, and jackets. The Fleet Reserve Association 246 in Panama City Beach hosted a blanket drive and funded $3,200 worth of brand new blankets. The blankets were one of the most requested item from students before the holidays.
"We are just so appreciative for everything that our community, surrounding states and south Florida has done for our community," said Bay High's parent liaison Toni Jordan.
The clothing giveaway is happening Saturday from 9 to noon at the Bay High School administration building.
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