Tristate Community Coming Together to Help Storm Victims

A Tristate community is spearheading a disaster relief campaign to help victims of this week's storms.
    A Tristate community is spearheading a disaster relief campaign to help victims of this week's storms.
    On Saturday, May 3rd, Warrick County Awareness will be collecting items to be shipped off to help those affected.
    Just some of the items needed are leather gloves, shovels, flashlights, batteries, along with first aid items.
    They'll also be collecting other necessities such as hand soap and towels and baby items.
    The collection point is the Chandler Community Center.
    Items may be dropped off between 6 am and 1 pm on Saturday.
    If you have items that need to be picked up, contact the the group at mailto://wca@warrickcountyawareness.com.

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