Nov 1, 2016 8:44 PM
The temperatures are dropping, and for some in New Hampshire staying warm during the winder months is a challenge.
A group of volunteers hopes to ease that burden. The Longmeadow Congregational Church has been working for nearly a year knitting scarves, hat and mittens. Today they left then in Manchester's Veteran's Park.
The church says they were overwhelmed with the response.
More than 400 hats, scarves, and mittens were collected, and those not placed in the park were donated to local shelters and other organizations.
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