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Northern Rehab delivers donated coats to ministry

Published: Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT
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Pictured here is Northern Rehab’s Marketing Director Deb Loitz delivering more than 10 large bags of coats and winter gear collected from the community to Julie Sgarlata of Sycamore United Methodist Church.

Northern Rehab Physical Therapy Specialists, recently voted 2012 DeKalb County’s Finest Best Physical Therapists, recently held a drive to collect needed winter coats, hats, mittens and gloves for Sycamore United Methodist Church Coat Ministry during this holiday season.

The Coat Ministry is open on Mondays from noon to 4 p.m. during Food Pantry hours at the church located at 160 Johnson Ave., in Sycamore.

For more information about Sycamore United Methodist Church Coat Ministry, Food Pantry, or other information, visit www.SycamoreUMC.org or call 815-895-9113.

Northern Rehab extends its gratitude to all of the community members that generously donated winter coats and items in support of SUMC Coat Ministry. For additional information about how Northern Rehab Physical Therapy Specialists can help you regain your freedom to move and for all of your physical therapy needs, visit www.NorthernRehabPT.com, call the main office at 815-756-8524, or connect on Facebook, Twitter, Linked In and Google +.

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