TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A local woman and business owner is making a difference for those less fortunate.
All around the Wabash Valley, you may notice hats, scarves, and gloves tied to poles and at parks.
It's called #Warmupthewabashvalley.
Those are available and free to anyone who may need them when the weather gets cold.
Becky Nicoson says you never know what kind of an impact a small gesture can make in someone's life.
She has a challenge for you at home.
Whether you are a big or small business or an individual...get involved.
She says you can tie up a hat, scarf, or a pair of gloves in your neighborhood and make a difference in someone's life.
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