News Maker Robert Hupman on helping Kentucky

Necessary and requested  items are being collected to be taken to Kentucky.

The items can be taken to 23 Church Street Front Royal through Fri. Aug. 5.

We spoke with Robert Hupman about the relief effort in our latest news maker.

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Robert tells us about this effort to help Kentucky residents affected by the flooding.

He also tells us about his Hazard Mill Farms location and how the property is open for nonprofits who can apply for use of the land.

Robert also tells us about the possibility of another truck making it’s way to the Kentucky in the future.

Click here for Robert’s interview.

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Items being collected to be taken to Eastern Kentucky

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After devastating flooding people in Eastern Kentucky are now expecting excessive heat.

Local business leaders have announced that items are being collected in Front Royal to take to Kentucky this week.

Right now specific items are being requested that include towels and washcloths, dog food, canned food with pull tops, bottled water, hygiene products, diapers and baby formula are some of the most important items.

Please make these all new items.

These items can be dropped off at Ellen Aders Office located at 23 Church Street Front Royal until Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m..

If enough items are collected a second truck will leave for Kentucky next week.

The recovery from the devastation will be a long slow process your donations are greatly appreciated and urgently needed.

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