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Fill the Spirit Bus for Saginaw County Flood Victims

The Saginaw Spirit have partnered with the United Way of Saginaw County and several local businesses/organizations for two Fill the Bus events to benefit Saginaw County flood victims.  The Spirit team bus will be parked on location where you can donate the necessary items needed for those who have been so incredibly impacted by the flooding in our surrounding communities. We would like to thank the co-sponsors of these events – Blue Lakes Charters & Tours, 94.5 The Moose, WNEM TV5, Tri-Star Trust Bank, Covenant HealthCare, Jet’s Pizza, Rightway Automotive, Apple Mountain, Bierlein Companies, Causley Trucking, MMR, Independent Bank, Spence Brothers and Duro-Last Roofing.

Donations will be accepted at the Dow Event Center (303 Johnson St- Saginaw- 48607) on Wednesday, June 10 from 4 p.m to 8 p.m. and at the Freeland SportsZone (5690 Midland Rd – Freeland – 48623) on Thursday, June 11 from noon to 6 p.m.

Donations needed include:
– Cleaning products like mold remover, blocker and cleaner
– Disinfectant wipes & sprays
– Cleaning supplies like mops, scrub brushes, sponges, buckets, gloves & towels
– Fans & dehumidifiers
– Personal items like toothbrushes/paste, shampoo/conditioner, body wash, soap & deodorant
– Pantry items including peanut butter & jelly, spaghetti & sauce, rice, macaroni & cheese, beans, soup, canned vegetables, canned tuna & chicken
– New towels
– New pillows
– Toilet paper & paper towels

To make a monetary donation, text SPIRITCARES2020 to 41444 or click HERE to make a donation online

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