Estill County Donation drop-off center remains open Friday

IRVINE, Ky. (WTVQ) – A donation drop-off center will be open again on Friday in Estill County to help storm victims.

The center will open at 10:00 a.m. at Christian Worship Center at 105 Broadway Street in Irvine, according to county officials.

Items requested for donation for storm victims include:

• Toiletries (toothpaste, toothbrushes, toilet paper)
• Cleaning supplies (gloves, Clorox, mops, brooms, rakes)
• Bottled Water
• Snack Foods (peanut butter crackers, cheese crackers, pop tarts)
• Plastic totes for residents that have lost their homes to pack their belongings.
• Please DO NOT bring clothing. Helping Hands Ministry has plenty of clothes if they are needed at this time.

Estill County officials say they started damage assessments Thursday and will continue to do so. They are ask that any Estill County resident that has damage to their property to please contact our office (723-6533).

Clean-up teams will be out again on Friday to assist residents with debris removal. They say anyone who has already started clean-up move debris to the curb and crews will pick it up Friday. If anyone lives out in the county and needs assistance with call 723-6533.

Estill County Officials say if you want volunteer with a clean-up crew please meet at the Ravenna National Guard Armory between 10am and 2pm to be assigned to a crew.

Estill County was one of more than 30 Kentucky counties hit hard by storms.

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