RACINE, WISCONSIN, January 27, 2016….
Last year Apple Holler’s coat drive was so successful that they are again asking the community around them to dig through their closets and donate gently used, clean winter coats during their One Warm Coat Drive.
One Warm Coat is a national organization that helps different groups organize coat drives all over the nation. “We have decided to join with this wonderful organization to help get the word out, so we can help those in need in our community.” says Sheri Gavin of Apple Holler.
Last year, Apple Holler received 124 coats during their coat drive! Collected coats were given to Love Inc. of Burlington to distribute to families in need – free of charge – to keep them warm during our unusually cold Wisconsin winters.
Apple Holler wants to encourage everyone to spread the love this February by digging through their closets, finding those extra coats and give them a second life, warming the heart of someone in need!
This years coat drive will benefit VETS Place Southern Center, Union Grove and Burlington Transitional Living Center (TLC) helping those in need in the community. Those who want to donate can bring in their coats any day through February 29th. Please check Apple Holler’s open hours at appleholler.com.
Apple Holler is located between Racine and Kenosha, off I-94 on Sylvania Avenue (the west frontage road), just north of the highway KR exit. Apple Holler is a farm to table restaurant, bakery, gift shop, orchard and family farm, including pick your own apples, peaches, pears and pumpkins. Visitors will enjoy four seasons of family fun and activities including; orchard and farm tours, children’s shows, school field trips, hayrides, sleigh rides, barnyard animals and outdoor play areas. A perfect indoor/outdoor wedding venue and an agritourism destination. Call (262) 884-7100, or visit www.appleholler.com, for further information.