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More money recieved for Port Austin

Sun, 18 Jul 2021 07:48:15 EDT

 


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     Jessica Lave said "When the chips are down, you are given the chance to find the strength you never knew you had, and put it towards the greater good" This was definately the case just a few short weeks ago right here in our commuinity. On June 26th a tornado devasted parts of the Port Austin community. But friends, neighbors and even those directly affected by the tornado found the strength to move forward. The generosity of the Port Austin community was not only overwhelming it was "Port Austin Strong". Just days after the event, and when it was deemed safer to work, the Port Austin Fire Department organized in excess of 300 volunteers to help with the cleanup. Simultaneously, the Port Austin Lion's Club established a Disaster Relief Fund to assist those most affected. The generosity of the community was again manifested by donations in excess of $54,000 to the Disaster Relief Fund. This past week, the Port Austin Lion's Club distributed money from the disaster relief fund to twenty one affected households, and will continue to distrubte payments to those impacted as addtional donations are received.   Several businesses and individuals also held fundraising events. Most recently about $10,000 was collected to help families affected by the tornado. The Relief Fund Disbursement Committe would like to thank everyone that was able to give their time, and financial commitment to assist in the restoration of the affected households.   The strength of the community has moved it forward through difficult and unique times, and remained Port Austin Strong.



   


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