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Out & About: Local relief efforts for Hurricane Harvey victims

Local relief efforts continued throughout Routt County this week as businesses and restaurants prepared to take donated items to victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas and Louisiana.

 

Luke Dudley, co-owner of Ohana, works on the new Houston shirts. Ohana will continue to donate $10 of each purchase to Hurricane Harvey victims.

 

The Laundry staff wearing the new Ohana shirts in support of donations to Hurricane Harvey victims.

Keegan Walhood boxes up 132 Sweetwood Smokehouse T-shirts to mail to the Disabled American Veterans thrift store for distribution to people in need in the Houstoon area.

 

The Houston Food Bank received 238 pouches of Sweetwood Smokehouse jerky.

 

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Employees of Steamboat Snowmobile Tours and Steamboat Zipline Adventures prepare to deliver donations to Hurricane Harvey Victims. Pictured, from left, are Jenna Crockett, Ben Strozier, Andrew Crockett, Stephen Glakeler and Kurt Ambruster.

 

The Steamboat Snowmobile Tours and Steamboat Zipline Adventures trailer, full of donations and ready to be delivered to Hurricane Harvey victims.

 

Routt County Humane Society volunteers wanted to deliver a trailer of donations to animals and people in need in Houston. Within 24 hours of putting the message on social media, the local Humane Society lobby was full.

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