Donate pajamas for the ultimate pajama party

Size newborn through adult pajamas are now being accepted.

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A pair of pajamas can be the comfort needed for those seeking a safe place.
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WADENA — One pair of pajamas for a child and for mom ensure a better night's sleep for those in need in our communities.
The Ultimate Pajama Party is now accepting new pairs of pajamas, size newborn to adult, through September 29 at the Mahube-Otwa office at 311 Jefferson Street S. in Wadena.
To have your donation picked up contact Sheila at 218-632-3600 ext. 229.
All pajamas will be donated to charities such as the Crisis Centers and Someplace Safe in the five county area and distributed to families in need.

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