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April 18, 2013

Donation sites being established for West, Texas relief efforts

GREENVILLE — Several locations are being established across Hunt County, to allow area residents to make donations to the relief efforts for West, Texas.

The Hunt County Sheriff's Association will be taking donations, starting today. Cash donations are not being accepted at this time. The organization will be at Coker-Mathews Funeral Home, 5100 Interstate 30 in Greenville, from 4 until 9 p.m. today.

The Cash Fire Department 4745 Hwy. 34 South, is also a drop off location.

Lala's Hair Boutique on Hwy 69 in Lone Oak is also seeking donations for the victims of Wednesday night's explosion.

Items in immediate need are:




Bottled Water






Adult Diapers




Medical Supplies

Air Mattresses

Dog Food

Cat Food

Pet Carriers

The organization is also seeking volunteers with trucks and/or trailers. The Hunt County Sheriff's Assocation has a Facebook page at

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