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Students who lost all in Cashion tornado bringing warmth to others in need this winter

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CASHION, Okla. – A group in a town that knows what it is like to go without is bringing a bit of warmth to others who are struggling this winter.

Teachers, mothers and students from Cashion Elementary School collected coats to donate to our annual Brad Edwards Warmth 4 Winter program, about 100 coats to be precise.

The group brought the donations to NewsChannel 4 to tell us how important the effort of giving is to them.

“A couple of years ago our town was hit by the tornado and so I think a lot of the kids understand what it’s like to lose everything,” Cashion Elementary’s Sarah Jolliff said. “So the generosity is just really good at our school. We’re very proud of our kids.”

Want to get involved with Brad Edwards Warmth 4 Winter?

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