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For the past couple of months, the residents of Los Alamos have been pitching in to help Oklahomans, impacted by the wave of deadly tornadoes that swept their state.
They’ve helped out in a variety of ways; bake sales, donation drives, pledging money.
Among the more unique drives have been the Charger Aquatics’ swim team holding a drive for pets who have been impacted by the tornadoes, a Red Cross donation drive held by Cpl. Pat Massara of the Los Alamos Police Department and a trailer wash orchestrated by the Los Alamos Pony Club.
Though the swim team drive and the LAPD/Red Cross Drive is over, the Los Alamos Pony Club’s fundraising effort is still going on.
To get your trailer washed, contact LAPC member Lisa Reader at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“If they have a horse trailer or a car they want washed, we will be happy to do that,” Reader said, adding that they will come to you, all you have to do is get your trailer or car ready.
The LAPC has raised $250 so far, and for now, is continuing to take appointments. The money will be used to take care of animals, especially horses that have been impacted by the tornadoes.
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