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UPDATE: Local organizations helping storm victims

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CHATTANOOGA (WRCB) -- Here is a list of the organization helping storm victims.



Churches of Christ Disaster Relief has set-up a distribution center at Ringgold Elementary on Popular Springs Rd in Ringgold. Baby supplies,cleaning supplies, food, water shoes, bedding, and personal hygiene items will be given out to those affected by last week's tornado.  The distribution center will be open Wednesday through Sunday 8 AM to 4 PM.



The Lions Clubs in the Chattanooga area are giving away vouchers for food, personal items, etc. To be used at one of 4 Bi-Lo Stores in the area.  They will be available on Thursday at Morris Hill Baptist Church on Morris Hill Road in East Brainerd and, also, at the Red Bank Lions Club Building on Dayton Blvd in Red Bank.  They will be available at Morris Hill Baptist Church  from 10:am until 5 PM and at Red Bank from noon until 6:00 PM.  

Metropolitan Ministries is a first-responder for those whose lives have been devastated by the recent tornadoes that so relentlessly hit our service area. Working directly at 'ground zero' in Apison, Tennessee, MetMin will be issuing third-party payments for utility costs, rent, medications, and gasoline.  Visit the website below if you are in need. If you would like to donate please visit http://www.metropolitanministries.org/. 100% of your gift will be applied to those victims' expenses.

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