Community leaders in Maryland’s Prince George’s County are fed up with young men sagging their pants. The Washington Times reports they are even holding a belt drive.
Prince George’s County community leaders frustrated by the precariously low waistbands of young men are collecting belts this month to put a stop to sagging pants.
As part of the first Pull ‘Em Up campaign, the Take Charge Foundation program is leading a belt drive at 13 locations across the county where people can donate new or gently used belts that will be used to make students’ pants sit at their waists.
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