Program recycles children’s clothing

NEW HAVEN RESIDENTS Margo, left, and Dylann Roleau browse some of the offerings at the Recycle/Reuse Project’s pop-up event at Beeman Elementary School last week. The project collects gently used children’s clothing, shoes and winter gear and then invites local families to freely take what they need during pop-up events like this one. Photo courtesy of Amy Chesley

The grounds of Beeman Elementary School were transformed this past Thursday into a treasure trove of gently used children’s shoes, winter gear and clothing items.

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