Annual Gloves For Loves Program Underway At Lake Ozark Police Department

All News Business Health Thursday, November 19th, 2020

The annual “Gloves for Love” campaign is underway in Lake Ozark.

Officials with the Police Department say they’re collecting gloves, hats, mittens and more for children who are in need.

The Clothing is donated to School of the Osage, who then distributes it before Christmas break.

Residents can bring their winter items to City Hall on Bagnell Dam Boulevard during regular offices hours Monday through Friday.

Helping decorate the tree with items collected so far are LOPD Officers Kelly Lowe (left) and Mark Kordula.


The Lake Ozark Police Department has kicked off its annual Gloves for Love campaign.

The LOPD collects gloves, hats, mittens, etc., for children who might not have warm items for the cold winter months. The winter clothing is then donated to School of the Osage Heritage School before the Christmas break.

Area residents can drop off winter items at the Lake Ozark City Hall, 3162 Bagnell Dam Blvd., during regular office hours, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

All News Business Health Thursday, November 19th, 2020

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