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People mobilizing to help victims of Garrettsville fire

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GARRETTSVILLE, Ohio - The Garrettsville Chamber of Commerce is coordinating efforts to help people impacted by this past weekend's fire that destroyed several buildings in the village.

The Nelson Garrettsville Community Cupboard was leveled by the flames. To replenish the cupboard's supplies, non-perishable food items and household supplies are being accepted at The Weekly Villager building (8088 Main Street).

Food donations can be delivered to Rick Patrick's Auto Service and Sales, 10320 Brosius Road Monday through Friday from the hours of 8:00 am to 5:00 PM with the exception of noon to 1:00 PM until a more permanent building is acquired.

Monetary donations can be made at Middlefield Banking Company.

Girl Scout Troop 91010 is collecting non perishable food items to help rebuild the Nelson Garrettsville Community Cupboard. Kristen Bailey will to pick up any an all donations. Please contact her at kamcie1027@gmail.com.

Cub Scout Pack 62 of Garrettsville will be collecting non perishable food items at IGA and Save-a-Lot Sunday March 23 and Monday March 24 from 4-7 PM.

The Mental Health & Recovery Board at 155 E. Main St., Kent is collecting non perishable food items Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 5 PM. They will take donations to the Weekly Villager.

You can find more information on ways you can help by following this link.

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