Attend Family Fun Fest to raise funds for Harvest Community Storm Shelter

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January 15th, 2013 Harvest Volunteer Fire Department was awarded a FEMA grant to build a Community Safe Room that will house almost 500 people in the event of severe weather.  The Safe Room will be staffed by volunteers and managed by the Harvest Volunteer Fire Department.  But now they need your help.

The total cost of the community storm shelter will be $954,000, with the majority of the funding provided by FEMA.  A supplemental grant from the Governor's Emergency Relief Fund (GERF) was recently approved for $119,000.

As a result,  $119,000 remains to be raised in order for this shelter to become a reality.   The entire community needs to be involved.

Click here to make a donation or find additional information about the shelter.

Also, invite your friends to the Harvest Community Storm Shelter’s Family Fun Fest on Saturday, April 18th from 2 pm to 4pm at 8089 Wall-Triana Hwy in Harvest!
This FREE event includes food, fun and friends! There will be a “Truck Touch” where kids and adults can check out emergency vehicles with a helicopter take-off at 4 pm. You won’t want to miss the inflatables, free giveaways, live music by Winslow Davis, and more!

At 3:00 pm attend an April 27th Remembrance Ceremony honoring tornado victims.

Click here for more information.

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