THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Collect Items For Grabian Family
There will be a Hot Chocolate Stand, the idea of two young children, 7-year-old Nevaeh Tebo and 9-year-old Faith Tebo, at the River Cities Habitat for Humanity Restore at 2990 Cleveland Ave., Marinette Saturday, Jan. 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. All proceeds will go to the J.P. and Ellen Grabian family of W2716 Kuran Lane off Kozuszek Road, Right of Way Road, Peshtigo, that lost their home in a fire on Sunday, Jan. 20 while the family was at church. Cash, household, clothing and food items will be accepted and any other type of support will be appreciated.
Besides the parents the family includes two children. Clothing sizes for the girl is 9/10 and shoe size 3-1/2; boy clothing sizes 7/8 with shoe or boot size of 2 to 2-/2. The father wears an XL shirt and pants 34-34, shoe size 10, and mothers size is large shirt with size 12 pants, and shoe size is 10.
The family is in need of just about everything household related.
Persons can drop items off at the Indulgence Salon at N3039 Cty. D, Peshtigo, or if closer to Coleman, can drop items off with Elizabeth Monnette at Rouse Heating & Cooling, Inc., 704 N. Hwy. 141 in Coleman.
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