Water Drive Hosted by WSCC for Chemical Spill Victims in West Virginia Collects 600 Gallons of Water

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WHAT: Students, staff members, and clubs at WSCC have been collecting one gallon jugs of water for those in need in West Virginia. After the recent chemical spill near Charleston, many people in the Mid Ohio Valley wanted to find a way to reach out and help our friends in West Virginia. The collection ends at 10:00am on Friday, February 14th. At 10:30am the water will be loaded into trucks and taken to Twisted Sisters Boutique in Marietta, Ohio, where it will then be transferred to people affected by the chemical spill West Virginia. Around 600 gallons of water will be donated.

WHO: This event is being hosted by WSCC and faculty members Tanya Wilder and Michele Grosklos. Students, staff, and student clubs all participated to make this a successful event. Water donations collected at WSCC will be delivered to Twisted Sisters Boutique in Marietta, Ohio.

WHEN: February 14, 2014 at 10:30am – 12:00pm

WHERE: Arts & Sciences Building at Washington State Community College

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