Heading South to Help


Volunteers left Pomeroy on Tuesday evening with trucks and trailers loaded down with supplies and donations for those in Florida impacted by Hurricane Irma. Volunteers Dave Neutzling, Craig Belcher, Rick and Pam Patterson, Taylor and Kelsey Rowe, Clinton Bailey, Courtney Fitzgerald and Eric Toops will be taking the supplies to Florida as well as spending a few days volunteering in the Jacksonville, Bradenton, Lake Placid and Naples areas which were impacted by the storm. Over the past week hundreds of individuals, businesses and organizations from around the region have made donations of supplies and money to the group for the hurricane victims following a social media call to help from local photographer Brandon Bartee. As a personal touch, some of those making donations, including Jaelyn Neutzling (step-daughter of volunteer Dave Neutzling), took time to write a personal message or sign their names to the trailer of supplies. Due to the amount of donations, which included generators, power washers and mattresses, a second trip is being planned to take the supplies which did not fit in the trailers for the first trip.


Volunteers left Pomeroy on Tuesday evening with trucks and trailers loaded down with supplies and donations for those in Florida impacted by Hurricane Irma. Volunteers Dave Neutzling, Craig Belcher, Rick and Pam Patterson, Taylor and Kelsey Rowe, Clinton Bailey, Courtney Fitzgerald and Eric Toops will be taking the supplies to Florida as well as spending a few days volunteering in the Jacksonville, Bradenton, Lake Placid and Naples areas which were impacted by the storm. Over the past week hundreds of individuals, businesses and organizations from around the region have made donations of supplies and money to the group for the hurricane victims following a social media call to help from local photographer Brandon Bartee. As a personal touch, some of those making donations, including Jaelyn Neutzling (step-daughter of volunteer Dave Neutzling), took time to write a personal message or sign their names to the trailer of supplies. Due to the amount of donations, which included generators, power washers and mattresses, a second trip is being planned to take the supplies which did not fit in the trailers for the first trip.

Volunteers left Pomeroy on Tuesday evening with trucks and trailers loaded down with supplies and donations for those in Florida impacted by Hurricane Irma. Volunteers Dave Neutzling, Craig Belcher, Rick and Pam Patterson, Taylor and Kelsey Rowe, Clinton Bailey, Courtney Fitzgerald and Eric Toops will be taking the supplies to Florida as well as spending a few days volunteering in the Jacksonville, Bradenton, Lake Placid and Naples areas which were impacted by the storm. Over the past week hundreds of individuals, businesses and organizations from around the region have made donations of supplies and money to the group for the hurricane victims following a social media call to help from local photographer Brandon Bartee. As a personal touch, some of those making donations, including Jaelyn Neutzling (step-daughter of volunteer Dave Neutzling), took time to write a personal message or sign their names to the trailer of supplies. Due to the amount of donations, which included generators, power washers and mattresses, a second trip is being planned to take the supplies which did not fit in the trailers for the first trip.
http://www.mydailysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2017/09/web1_Sendoff.jpgVolunteers left Pomeroy on Tuesday evening with trucks and trailers loaded down with supplies and donations for those in Florida impacted by Hurricane Irma. Volunteers Dave Neutzling, Craig Belcher, Rick and Pam Patterson, Taylor and Kelsey Rowe, Clinton Bailey, Courtney Fitzgerald and Eric Toops will be taking the supplies to Florida as well as spending a few days volunteering in the Jacksonville, Bradenton, Lake Placid and Naples areas which were impacted by the storm. Over the past week hundreds of individuals, businesses and organizations from around the region have made donations of supplies and money to the group for the hurricane victims following a social media call to help from local photographer Brandon Bartee. As a personal touch, some of those making donations, including Jaelyn Neutzling (step-daughter of volunteer Dave Neutzling), took time to write a personal message or sign their names to the trailer of supplies. Due to the amount of donations, which included generators, power washers and mattresses, a second trip is being planned to take the supplies which did not fit in the trailers for the first trip.