Please Help Those Effected By Flooding in Kentucky08/11/2022 - 9:00 AM
|Below is a link if for the fire dept in Kentucky helping their community that was devastated by the floods and mudslides recently.
The fire dept is overwhelmed with people needing help. They have put together a registry at Walmart of things they desperately need to help the people who have lost everything.
Any help is appreciated. Check out the link you can simply buy socks or frozen food, tents, flashlights toothbrushes! they have almost no phone service and the chief of the Rousseau FD, Chief Greg Wilson, is the lead for this help. If you can offer any other kind of help the chief can be emailed at: firstname.lastname@example.org. The FD. has no phone service of any kind right now.
Please help if you can and please share the link with your friends.
Thank you for any support you can manage.
Here is a link to Pay Pal to make a donation:
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