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San Saba ISD to send items to aid in hurricane relief

(Source: San Saba ISD) (Source: San Saba ISD)
SAN SABA, TX (KXXV) -

The San Saba ISD said they would be sending a bus to south Texas to take items to aid amid the hurricane relief. 

People can help by donating the following items:

  • High protein canned meals with pop-top cans (ravioli, soups, spaghetti)
  • Paper goods and products (paper towels/ plates/ cups/ napkins/ plastic utensils/ trash bags/ gallon zip lock bags)
  • Single serving meals that do not require refrigeration or cooking/meals ready to eat. 
  • Single serving snacks (raising/ granola bars/ protein bars/ crackers/ penut butter)
  • Cleaning supplies (mops/n brooms/diseinfectant wipes/ sponges/ rubber gloves/ long handled squeegeees/ large outdoor trash bags/febreeze/masks/laundry detergent/ lysol/ bleach)
  • First aid supplies and medication (band aids/ ointments/ allergy medication)
  • Drinks (bottle water/powder drink flavoring)
  • Toiletries ( deodorants/toothpaste/tooth brushes/ femine products/facila cleanser/body wash/shampoo/conditions/ hand sanitizer/ toilet paper/ finger nail clippers)
  • Pet supplies( leaches/ dog and cat food/ meaty treats/ pet toys/ cat litter)
  • Outdoor items (mosquito spray/ rubber boots/ work gloves/ saftey glasses/ tarps/rain ponchos/shovels/push brooms)
  • Misc ( diapers/ baby wipes/ towels/ plastic tubs with lids/ new men's underwear/ box fans/ matresses/ laundry baskets/ packing and outdoor mounting tape/ markers)
  • Monetary (gift card to HEB/ Walmart/ Home Depot or similiar stores) 

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