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Locals gathered supplies for ‘Harvey’ victims

Locals gathered supplies  for ‘Harvey’ victims


POSTED September 6, 2017 9:40 a.m.

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A huge response resulted when Shawn Grimm put out the word that he and some of his friends would be taking a truckload of supplies to Houston, to provide assistance to victims of the recent Hurricane Harvey. So many goods were amassed that the local effort turned into two trucks pulling 20-foot and 26-foot trailers crammed full. Making the trek with Grimm were Caleb Coy, Travis Hinkle and Damion Nalepinski, with them leaving last Saturday. Grimm is shown here with only a portion of the donated goods, gathered at his place of business Shawn’s Auto Repair & Performance on Mill Street in downtown Richland Center.

Read about a new effort underway in the September 7, 2017 issue of The Richland Observer.

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