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Roswell Officers Collecting Items for Flood Victims

You have through tomorrow to turn in donations to the Roswell Police Department which will go to help Mississippi flood victims.

With so many recent natural disasters affecting thousands of people throughout the country, here's an easy way you can help.

officers Zac Frommer and Jamie Major are coordinating donations for the public safety personnel in St. Landry Parish, Louisiana and surrounding communities that have been affected by the Mississippi River flooding.

While this area along the Mississippi River is under mandatory evacuation, public safety personnel are required to stay behind to serve their communities. Supplies are needed for those serving, as well as their families.

Here is a list of needed supplies, which should be donated by tomorrow, Tuesday, May 31, in original packaging:

This list is just a suggestion – we welcome anything that could be of use to the flood victims:

Non-perishable Foods   Cleaning Supplies/Laundry Detergent Lysol/Disinfectants Bottled/Distilled Water/Juices/Soda Easily Transportable Tools Stamps  Tooth Paste Tooth Brushes Paper Combs/Hair Brushes Razors/Shaving Cream Pens/Pencils Candles  Charcoal, Lighter Fluid Over-the-Counter Medicine (Tylenol, Advil)  Wheel Chairs Neosporin/Band‐Aids Q‐tips  Blankets/Pillows Bug Spray/Sunscreen Hats/Sunglasses/Socks Tampons Empty Gas Cans/Portable Radios/Batteries/Flash Lights Towels Paper Towels/Toilet Paper/Paper Cups/Plates Diapers/Baby Wipes/Baby Formula Dog/Cat Food  Soap/Shampoo/Conditioner  Children’s Books Hand Sanitizer

Frommer and Major will be leaving Roswell early Wednesday, June 1, to deliver the goods to the St. Landry Parish Sheriff’s Office.

The U‐Haul on Alpharetta Street has generously donated the use of a truck to carry the supplies. No cash will be accepted; instead gift cards to Walmart will be accepted to purchase additional supplies.

Please visit the following drop off location with your donations: #1, located at 1002 Alpharetta Street or the at 2850 Holcomb Bridge Road.

For questions, please contact Major at 404‐409‐8735.

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