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Madison Co. District 2 to run supply drive for Limestone Co.

The county will collect nonperishable foods and other supplies to take to Limestone Co. The county will collect nonperishable foods and other supplies to take to Limestone Co.
MADISON, AL (WAFF) -

Madison County District 2 will be collecting items to send over to Limestone County tornado victims.

Items will be collected Monday and Tuesday from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the District 2 office at 100 Plaza Boulevard in Madison.

Here is a list of requested items:

  • Non-perishable food items
  • Drinks including water, soft drinks, Gatorade
  • Clothing of all sizes/ages
  • Tarps
  • Blankets
  • Plastic storage containers
  • Toiletries/hygiene items
  • Toilet paper, paper towels
  • Cleaning products

In addition, the animal shelter also needs supplies of dog and cat food and portable kennels for misplaced animals that have been taken in.

Cash donations will also be accepted. Please make all checks payable to The Salvation Army.

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