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Judge Cowan advises needs in counties hit by tornadoes
By Gale B. Cowan
Adair County Judge Executive
From listening to tornado reports and needs from each of the following counties via zoom call, the supply level is high at this point. If you want to send water, food, and clothes, wait a few weeks until they can go through what they have.
The immediate need at this time for most is help with debris removal, monetary donations and gift cards that can be used to assist with housing, generators (and fuel for generators), tarps, shovels, gloves, etc. An alphabetical list of counties and their needs follows.
Feel free to call the Adair County Judge's Office (270-384-4703) for account information for monetary donations in each specific county.
Counties and their needs
Caldwell County - Supply level is currently high. Focusing on Debris removal at this time.
Fulton County - Supply level is currently high. Most needed at this time, monetary donations (cash, gift cards, fuel cards) or Toys for Christmas. Monetary Donations: Cayce Vol. Fire Tornado Relief Fund - Citizens Bank, Hickman KY
Graves County - Supply level is currently high. Could use toiletries, generators, gas/fuel cards (for generators), monetary donations. Mayfield/Graves Co. Tornado Relief Fund C/o Independence Bank
Hart County - Monetary Donations: Hart Co. Tornado Relief c/o Limestone Bank
Hopkins County - Needing cleanup supplies, tarps, shovels, boxes, totes with lids, crates, Toys for Kids Christmas. Monetary Donations: Hopkins Co. Tornado Relief Fund C/o Independence Bank and Hopkins Co. Make Christmas Happen (on Facebook)
Marshall County - Supply level high. Focusing on Debris removal. Long term needs will be housing and lodging. Road Dept. needs dump trucks, flaggers, people to help cut up debris.
Muhlenberg County - Make A Better Christmas Program
Taylor County - Monetary Donations, debris removal. Monetary Donations: TCB Tornado Relief Fund C/o Taylor County Bank
Warren County - Cleaning supplies, personal hygiene products, Monetary Donations: Warren Co. Storm Relief c/o Independence Bank
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