LETHRBIDGE: A Flood Relief outreach effort spearheaded by Corrina Lee of the city has
been joined by local M-P Jim Hillyer and Lethbridge Southland Trailers
Corporation. They will be collecting items for flood victims in High River,
where upwards of 13,000 residents are still under an evacuation order.
Lee, who has family and friends in the flood ravaged community, turned her
"what can I do" feelings into action by becoming the driving force behind the
campaign to fill a transport trailer with basic items that residents will need
once they can return to their homes.
Southland Trailers has donated a transport trailer, which will serve at the
main collection repository.
There are three locations where donated items may be dropped off up to July
3rd. They include:
Corrina Lee residence -151 Heritage Close W Lethbridge. You can also contact Corrina at Corrinacms@hotmail.com
Southland Trailers office at 1405, 14th street north.
Jim Hillyer's officer at 255 - 8th Street south.
Items to be collected include non-perishable food, and the following list of
items which should be clean and in good condition:
Items to be collected include non-perishable food, and the following list of items which should be clean and in good condition:
-- hygiene and beauty
-- cleaning supplies, renovation items and small tools.
When officials deem it safe for High River residents to return to their
homes, the collected items will be delivered to High River for distribution.