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Coats for Kids Spooktacular

Kiwanis Club of Lake Charles will kick-off its 31st COATS FOR KIDS drive with the 3rd Annual Spooktacular on Friday, October 19 from 5 to 9 pm. Crying Eagle Brewing Company will co-host the event offering craft brews, featuring music by the Chris Shearman Experience and food from The Bistro, Sloppy Taco, and Paul’s RibShack. There will be a silent auction and ticket raffles, with prizes including $250 cash, a Growler + Fill, and more. Please join us for fun while doing good at 1165 E. McNeese St.

Admission is free, but those who Donate a Coat of Any Size will receive a free Crying Eagle glass, a drink token and a raffle ticket. Donated coats are cleaned by co-sponsor AAA Drive-In Cleaners for distribution to nine local charitable agencies serving underprivileged children and adults. All net cash proceeds will also benefit the charities. Tax-deductible sponsorships and donations are welcomed to the Lake Charles Kiwanis Charitable Fund at the Community Foundation of Southwest Louisiana. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation at donate.kiwanislakecharles.org.

COATS FOR KIDS benefits Potters House, ETC Harbour House, The Lord’s Place, Boys Village, Oasis Women’s Shelter, CPSM Title 10-Assistance to Homeless Children, Abraham’s Tent, Care Help of Sulphur and DeWanna’s Closet. For more info, please contact Jim Meyer at (337) 853-1820 or Steve Ek at (337) 474-1622.

About Kiwanis Club of Lake Charles:
Kiwanis is a global service organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time. The Kiwanis Club of Lake Charles charted in 1919 and has served the SWLA children and community for 99 years, with support from many generous individuals and local businesses.

Coats for Kids Spooktacular
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  • From: 05:00 PM to 09:00 PM
  • Crying Eagle Brewing Co.
  • Free admission; DONATE a coat of any size and receive FREE Glass, Drink Token, & Raffle Ticket
  • 3378531820
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