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City of Columbia Holiday Giving Programs

The City of Columbia is planning their annual holiday giving programs this season. Boxes for drop-off for the following project will be located at city hall.
  • 1. The annual Coat Drive for Children. These donations will be distributed through the Family Resource Centers.

  • 2. The Paws Christmas. Supplies for the local animal shelter and Sugarfoot Farms Rescue. Donations can include: blankets, dog food, dog/cat treats, cat food.

  • 3. Canned food drive. Non-perishable food items that will be used for distribution in our community.
Boxes/totes will be located at the front entrance of City Hall, 116 Campbellsville Street, Columbia, KY.

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