Valley Business Owners to Bring Donations to Oklahoma
A pair of Waynesboro business owners is reaching out to the people of tornado-ravaged Moore, Oklahoma, and they need your help.
Tim Spears of Music City and Reo Hatfield of Reo Distribution are aiming to fill a trailer with specific supplies, mostly for cleanup, and head to Moore next weekend.
The trailer will be on the corner of Arch Avenue and Main Street in Waynesboro from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. starting Friday and ending the following Friday.
"I just know with small problems that everybody has in life how bad they are. I cannot imagine going through an F5 tornado. And sticking my head back out the door and seeing the devastation they have," Spears said.
Below is a list of items requested, sent by Community Development for the City of Moore.
Unused cardboard boxes - the ones that come already flattened
Any sort of packing materials (people need a way to take their belongings to temporary housing or to storage)
**ALSO A HUGE NEED**
Heavy Duty Rakes
Heavy Duty Trash Bags
Any type of trash bags
5 gallon Buckets
Anything you can think of for cleanup
Heavy soled shoes (lots of nails and things that puncture)
Any type of totes (Rubbermaid etc.)
In good shape as far as the obvious things such as water, food, toiletries (getting that from everywhere)
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