Help kids in Niles through Courtney's Coats

NILES

The family of Courtney Miller, a 2009 graduate of Niles McKinley High School who was killed in a car accident last March 16, has started an organization, Courtney’s Coats for Kids, in her honor.

Courtney, who was to have graduated with honors from Ohio State University last May, was killed returning home from Florida. She was attending college to become a teacher.

In keeping with her tremendous love of children, Courtney’s family started Courtney’s Coats to raise money to buy coats, hats and gloves for children attending the Niles K-2 elementary school.

Checks or money orders to support the program should be made payable to the Courtney Miller Memorial Fund and sent to Courtney’s Coats for Kids, P.O. Box 146, Niles 44446.

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