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A group called #KindFlash is holding their annual clothes drive. Roebling Point Books and Coffee in Covington is just one of the places that you can contribute. The group has been around for three years now and this time of year is their citywide clothes drive, but they also have community outreach events once a month. #KindFlash started as a Facebook group that now has more than 1,200 members. This weekend they are hoping to serve 55 communities throughout the Greater Cincinnati area. Friday, Saturday and Sunday volunteers will take all the gloves, scarves and hats collected at the dozens

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