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Nearby: State Rep Thomas to Hold Collection for Long-Term Care Facilities

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State Rep. Wendi Thomas (R-Bucks) will hold a non-contact collection event to help long-term care facilities next week. 

The items deemed most helpful and that Thomas will be collecting include: 

• Gloves of all sizes, masks, gowns, shields, hand sanitizer and infrared thermometers.
• Activity items, games and coloring books.
• Letters and homemade cards to residents and health care staff from adults or children

“As we continue to address issues resulting from the coronavirus, we see the devastation at our long-term care facilities in our district,” Thomas said. “To support the most vulnerable, we have reached out to these facilities to assist them in this crisis. Right now, they need a number of items to keep their residents and staff safe.”

The collection will take place on Thursday, May 14, from 2-4 p.m., in the parking lot of Thomas’s Richboro office at 1038 Second Street Pike.

“Just pull up and we will remove items from your car,” Thomas said.

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Nearby: State Rep Thomas to Hold Collection for Long-Term Care Facilities

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State Rep. Wendi Thomas (R-Bucks) will hold a non-contact collection event to help long-term care facilities next week. 

The items deemed most helpful and that Thomas will be collecting include: 

• Gloves of all sizes, masks, gowns, shields, hand sanitizer and infrared thermometers.
• Activity items, games and coloring books.
• Letters and homemade cards to residents and health care staff from adults or children

“As we continue to address issues resulting from the coronavirus, we see the devastation at our long-term care facilities in our district,” Thomas said. “To support the most vulnerable, we have reached out to these facilities to assist them in this crisis. Right now, they need a number of items to keep their residents and staff safe.”

The collection will take place on Thursday, May 14, from 2-4 p.m., in the parking lot of Thomas’s Richboro office at 1038 Second Street Pike.

“Just pull up and we will remove items from your car,” Thomas said.

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