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Infinity donates winter gear to schools

SWAMPSCOTT — Infinity boutique recently donated more than 20 coats, hats, gloves and scarves to benefit children in Lynn’s public elementary schools. The coat drive was organized by the Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce, of which Infinity is a longstanding member.  

To date the LACC has collected almost 200 coats, but more children need assistance.

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“Pauline (Spirito; Infinity owner) is one in a million,” said Leslie Gould, president/CEO of the Lynn Area Chamber of Commerce. “She is always ready to help whenever possible. She brought these coats and hats back from a recent buying trip and her efforts will really make a difference this winter.”

“Infinity boutique is part of the community and happy to donate to such a worthy cause,” said Spirito. “No one should be cold this season, especially children, so we are doing our part and we hope it makes a difference.”

Donation locations will be up through the holidays at the LACC, 583 Chestnut St., Lynn; A. James Lynch Insurance, 297 Broadway, Lynn; Atlantic Ambulance, 90 Foster St, Peabody; Century Bank, 2 State St., Lynn; East Boston Savings Bank, 335 Broadway, Lynn; Eastern Bank, 112 Market St., Lynn; Edward Jones/Dan Brothers Financial, 320 Derby St., Salem; Loop Consignment, 503 Humphrey St., Swampscott; and Salem Five, 450 Paradise Road, Swampscott.

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