Hubbard Residents Send Supplies to Tornado Victims

COLLECTION FOR TORNADO VICTIMS
The community has stopped by with boxes of things like baby formula, brand new clothes, food and other items to be donated to victims in Oklahoma.

It only took the Hubbard community a week and a half to fill a semi truck full of supplies for the people of Oklahoma.

Plenty of people stopped by Sunday morning with boxes of things like baby formula, brand new clothes, food and other items.

An area girl scout troop also made a sign to send to Oklahoma.

Organizers said they have been overwhelmed by the community’s generosity.

“On Wednesday it will be hitting the road, and we’re hoping it will be there by Friday. It will be received by the Oklahoma State School Board’s Association, where they are receiving drop offs of supplies daily,” said Rhonda Baldwin-Amorganos, Treasurer, Hubbard Schools.

Most of the donations have come from people in Hubbard, but plenty of neighboring communities have dropped off donations, too.

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