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Over 1,000 coats collected at Winter on Western


OKLAHOMA CITY – Thanks to generous and giving Oklahomans, more than 1,000 coats were collected for the Brad Edwards Warmth 4 Winter program Thursday. 

The first year was a huge success and this second year was even bigger. 

Chesapeake Energy brought in a snow hill for the kids and those young at heart. 

Also, Santa, Mrs. Claus and an elf stopped by to take pictures and find out of the little ones had been naughty or nice. 

Everyone enjoyed the holiday lights, live music and giveaways. 

The special guests from the Oklahoma City ballet, the OKC RedHawks, the OKC Barons and Oklahoma City University were a big hit as well.Winter on Western drop off locations

If you couldn’t make it out Thursday night to donate a coat you still can at numerous locations across the metro.

LINK: Brad Edwards Warmth 4 Winter drop off locations.

Winter on Western map