Thursday, July 04, 2002

Footwear for kids collected




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        A Cincinnati podiatrist is collecting new flip-flops, water shoes and athletic shoes to be donated to boys and girls ages 5 through 12 at Camp-I-Can in Cincinnati.

        The shoes can be dropped off in the lobbies of any of the eight Centers for Foot Care in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, says Dr. Karen Titko.

        The camp is sponsored by The Children's Home of Cincinnati.

        For more information about the shoe program, call 729-4455.

       



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