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Mosinee groups gathering supplies for Sandy victims

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A victim of hurricane Sandy takes blankets from a aid distribution site in the Staten Island borough of New York November 3, 2012. Fuel supplies headed toward disaster zones in the U.S. Northeast on Saturday and a million customers regained electricity as near freezing temperatures threatened to add to the misery of coastal communities devastated by superstorm Sandy. Credit: Reuters/Adrees Latif
A victim of hurricane Sandy takes blankets from a aid distribution site in the Staten Island borough of New York November 3, 2012. Fuel supplies headed toward disaster zones in the U.S. Northeast on Saturday and a million customers regained electricity as near freezing temperatures threatened to add to the misery of coastal communities devastated by superstorm Sandy. Credit: Reuters/Adrees Latif

MOSINEE, WI  (WSAU)  -  Mosinee organizations are preparing to send disaster relief supplies to the east coast. 

It’s a joint effort between Mosinee Area Action Club, several Mosinee groups and businesses, and the Lions Clubs in Wisconsin and New Jersey. Their goal is to fill a semi trailer and sent the needed supplies to victims of superstorm Sandy November 18th. The truckload will go to seventeen pantries served by the Community Food Bank of New Jersey. Donations of nonperishable food, formula, diapers, cleaning supplies, and personal hygene products can be dropped off at any Mosinee church and businesses including Charlie’s Hardware and Kafka Granite. Roehl Trucking is donating the truck and trailer for the trip. Cash donations are tax deductible.

More informatin about what's needed can be found on the MACC website. We have that and their phone number for you listed here:

(715 693-3833)

http://maacsandyrelief.org/

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