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Wed April 30, 2014
Local Rotaries Offer Ways to Help Arkansas Tornado Recovery Efforts
Murray Rotarian Keith Travis offers a direct avenue for assisting post-tornadic restoration of normalcy or close to it for those who lost their homes or livelihoods in Little Rock, Arkansas earlier this week. Little Rock's Rotary Club 99 is going to be the local fiduciary for donations. Rotary clubs throughout the Purchase are providing collection points for checks and cash. He speaks with Kate Lochte on Sounds Good.
"They're the oldest civic organization in Arkansas and have 450 members, they have a long-standing history. In fact, this club did some work with Katrina, and their mission is not being first responders, but their mission is to help reestablish normal life after the disaster."