Sarah Scott, left, an intern with the Knox County Jobs & Family Services, and Alexander Dickson, a volunteer from Mount Vernon Nazarene University, help with the Diaper Drive at the library.

Virgil Shipley/News Sarah Scott, left, an intern with the Knox County Jobs & Family Services, and Alexander Dickson, a volunteer from Mount Vernon Nazarene University, help with the Diaper Drive at the library. Purchase

 


MOUNT VERNON — Diapers are one of the many things a baby needs to get a healthy start on life and some families are unable to keep up with the diaper demand a baby has. One in three families struggle to provide their babies with clean diapers, creating a huge diaper need.

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