Huntsville church extends water drive for Flint, Michigan

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – The water crisis in Flint, Michigan propels a number of Tennessee Valley groups into action.

One of those groups is All Nations Christian Center. Senior Pastor Adrian Davis tells WHNT News 19 that his church will serve as a drop-off point for any groups or individuals who want to donate cases of water.

ANCC flyerThe drive has been extended to February 6, so you still have time to make a donation.

Davis goes on to say the cases will be loaded into an 18-wheeler that will be driven to Michigan to help the communities struggling with the water system issues attributed to lead exposure associated with the water system disaster in Flint.

All Nations’ Welcome Center will accept water donations between 10 am-4 pm as well as at 7 pm Tuesday & Wednesday.

The church is located at 2721 Winchester Road.

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