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Local efforts for Hurricane Laura Relief

By Shannon Sexton

StateLine Steel, 3Trees Church, Unit 2:17 and Integrity Transportation Group are working together to send a semi-truck load of relief supplies to the Louisiana/Texas border to help those affected by Hurricane Laura. The semi, driver and fuel costs have been covered, and we need to fill 20 pallets to max out the truck. As of Monday, August 31, 2020, we have 4 pallets filled -- 16 to go!

The following items are needed:
  • Non-Perishable Foods
  • Personal Care Items
  • Cleaning Supplies
  • Paper Products
  • Baby Supplies
  • Blankets, towels, wash clothes
  • Gently used and freshly laundered summer clothing and shoes
  • Pet Food
Donations may be dropped off loosely at any 3Trees Church location during this Sunday's services, in the Captivate Bins. Donations may also be dropped off at StateLine Steel, 912 Greensburg St. Columbia, Monday-Thursday 7:30amCT-3:00pmCT (closed Labor day). We'll handle sorting, boxing and palletizing.

We have connections to the area in need and will have boots on the ground making sure the load of supplies goes to those in need. Donations will be accepted until the semi is full.




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Local efforts for Hurricane Laura Relief



2020-09-01 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Shannon Sexton.
Some of the supplies already dropped off for Hurricane Laura Relief. StateLine Steel, 3Trees Church, Unit 2:17 and Integrity Transportation Group are working together to send a semi-truck load of relief supplies to the Louisiana/Texas border to help those affected by Hurricane Laura. You can help by dropping off supplies at any 3Trees Church location during this Sunday's services, in the Captivate Bins. Donations may also be dropped off at StateLine Steel, 912 Greensburg St. Columbia, Monday-Thursday 7:30amCT-3:00pmCT (closed Labor day).

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