Participants in the coat drive are left to right: Greg Robinson, owner of Chase Dry Cleaners; Fayette County Sheriff Kathy Witt; and Bo Henry, Lexington Market President for Republic Bank and Trust. Witt announced a coat drive Wednesday in which people can drop off used coats at five Republic Bank locations; Chase Dry Cleaners will clean them free of charge; and the sheriff's office will distribute them to those in need. Photo taken on Wednesday, Jan. 29,2014. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff

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Participants in the coat drive are left to right: Greg Robinson, owner of Chase Dry Cleaners; Fayette County Sheriff Kathy Witt; and Bo Henry, Lexington Market President for Republic Bank and Trust. Witt announced a coat drive Wednesday in which people can drop off used coats at five Republic Bank locations; Chase Dry Cleaners will clean them free of charge; and the sheriff's office will distribute them to those in need. Photo taken on Wednesday, Jan. 29,2014. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff gkocher1@herald-leader.com Lexington Herald-Leader
Participants in the coat drive are left to right: Greg Robinson, owner of Chase Dry Cleaners; Fayette County Sheriff Kathy Witt; and Bo Henry, Lexington Market President for Republic Bank and Trust. Witt announced a coat drive Wednesday in which people can drop off used coats at five Republic Bank locations; Chase Dry Cleaners will clean them free of charge; and the sheriff's office will distribute them to those in need. Photo taken on Wednesday, Jan. 29,2014. Photo by Greg Kocher | Staff gkocher1@herald-leader.com Lexington Herald-Leader

New Fayette County effort collects, cleans, distributes coats for those in need

January 29, 2014 12:30 PM

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