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Organizations chipping in for those in need

Several local organizations have chipped in to help those in Gloucester coping with the aftermath of Saturday’s tornado. Volunteer coordination efforts will be at Bellamy United Methodist Church. Donations of food and clothing are being accepted.

GloucesterCountyis providing water buffalo trucks with potable water set up along Route 17 at WaWa at White Marsh, at Wellford/Taliaferro Wayside, at the entrance to Ware Neck and a spigot at Hickory Fork and Cedar Bush Roads until power is restored, according to spokesperson Christi Lewis.

The Red Cross, Salvation Army and Community Emergency and Response Team personnel are assisting people in need with food, water and shelter vouchers. The contact information for American Red Cross is 804-832-2711. Those impacted are asked to go to Bellamy United Methodist Church, located at 4870 Chestnut Fork Road, today from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

GloucesterConvenience Centersand the Middle Peninsula Landfill and Recycling Facility at Owl Trap are...

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