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RACINE — As temperatures drop and winter approaches, a Racine tradition hopes to help the homeless find a little warmth this season.

While strolling through Downtown Racine during the winter, maybe you’ve seen the homemade scarves and hats hung on trees or fences, attached with a note that reads: “I am not lost but I am happy YOU FOUND ME! I was handmade for you by someone who cares. If you are cold and need me, please TAKE ME! God Bless.”

About 150 scarves and other cold weather items were handcrafted by Racine County Communications Center dispatchers, who want to help the homeless population stay warm.

“With our job, we know there are a lot of homeless people out there,” said Patti Cruz, a …..

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