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East Hampton, CT resident Emily (Cantin) Fahle is organizing an East of the River Pajama Party – a collection for the Pajama Program of Connecticut, a non-profit organizations that collects PJs (as well as books) for children (from babies to teens) living in foster care, group homes or hospitals.

East Hampton, CT resident Emily (Cantin) Fahle is organizing an East of the River Pajama Party – a collection for the Pajama Program of Connecticut, a non-profit organizations that collects PJs (as well as books) for children (from babies to teens) living in foster care, group homes or hospitals.

If you’d like to help these children feel comfy and cared for, you can donate pajamas and/or dollars until Saturday, December 15 – to allow enough time for your gift to reach these children by Christmas.

You can learn more about the program at http://pajamaprogram.org/WordPress/

Questions? Please send email to emilymfahle@gmail.com or call 860-365-5087.

Posted December 13, 2012

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