Harrison Co. Family Resource Network collecting supplies for flood victims


CLARKBURG, W.Va. – The Harrison County Family Resource Network in Clarksburg is asking for donations of cleaning supplies to bring to those affected by the flooding in Randolph County.

The organization is taking items such as mops, bleach, paper towels and basic hygiene items until Wednesday at 3 p.m. No clothing items will be accepted.

“I think it’s important for people to bring items in, just so we can help Randolph County because they lost a lot and it’s a stressful time right now for them,” Amber Trickett of the Harrison County Resource Network said.

Questions can be directed to 304-423-5049. Sunscreen and lip balm will also be accepted to give to volunteers.

Other needed items include bottled water, buckets, trash bags, baby wipes and diapers.

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