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Clothing Sought For Colorado Flood Victims

September 18, 2013 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Teton County, Town of Jackson No Comments
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The Jackson Oddfellow’s Lodge has launched a clothing drive to help Colorado Flood Victims who fled their homes with only the clothes on their backs.  Thousands of people are in shelters while flood waters washed away their homes and all their belongings.  The local lodge has been in contact with Colorado Oddfellow’s lodges and plans to transport donations to them Friday.  Between now and Thursday evening, they ask that Jackson Hole residents drop off clean, usable clothing in bags to one of three locations:  The Liquore Store by Albertsons, The Virginian Lodge and Saloon and the Stagecoach Bar.  Those with larger quantities are asked to drop them off at the Stagecoach Bar.  Questions may be directed to Wayne at 733-4407.

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