‘Sock it to ’em’: Sock drive benefiting homeless in Waterbury held at 5 locations Saturday

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WATERBURY, Conn. (WTNH) — A sock drive was held Saturday to benefit the Saint Vincent de Paul Homeless Shelter in Waterbury.

The drive was sponsored by the Waterbury Republican Town Committee and the Republican Aldermanic Caucus.

On Saturday morning, people went to five locations across the Brass City to drop of new pairs of socks:

  • Monteiro’s Restaurant on Fairfield Avenue
  • Buck’s Hill Park on Montoe Road
  • Scholfield Park on Bunker Hill Avenue
  • Marie’s Jewelry on East Main Street
  • Washington Park House on Sylvan Avenue

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