Mudslide Relief is on its way

April 1, 2014

By Peter Clark

By Peter Clark

By Peter Clark

With only a day’s notice, the Issaquah Food & Clothing Bank held an impromptu drive for the victims of the Oso mudslide March 27. Director Cori Walters said the bank received 40,000 pounds of food, toiletries, clothes, shovels, picks and gloves. Volunteers were greeted with hugs and tears upon delivery. ‘I want to thank our community for really stepping up to the plate and helping us help the Darrington Food Bank and the Darrington Fire Department,’ Walters said. ‘It was truly amazing to see what we were all able to accomplish in a short period of time.’

 

 

 

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