Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Council of Neighborhoods collecting non-perishable food and other items for Walmart truck to take to neighboring communities and cities for tornado victims at all Fayetteville firestations: Please attend meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 26, 2011, and help us get your neighborhood onboard for this effort: Video below is from February 2011 meeting of Council of Neighborhoods. Please attend and represent YOUR neighborhood.

Non-perishable food dropoff at Fayetteville fire stations for May 22 Storm Victims in Neighboring Communities


Mayor Lioneld Jordan has arranged for each city fire station to be a donation drop-off for the community to bring non-perishable food items that the City will get transported to the affected neighboring communities. 
Community donations of non-perishable food items and water can be brought to any of the seven Fayetteville Fire Departments between the hours of 8 a.m. and 10 p.m. this week.  The City of Fayetteville Fire Departments are located around Fayetteville as follows:
Fire Station 1 (Central Fire Station) is located in the downtown district of Fayetteville, just two blocks West of the Downtown Square at 303 W. Center.
Fire Station 2 is just two blocks north of the University of Arkansas campus. It is located across the street from Leverett Elementary School at 708 North Garland.
Fire Station 3 is located on the South East Side of town at 1050 S. Happy Hollow Rd.
Fire Station 4 is located on the North end of town, located at 3385 Plainview.
Fire Station 5 is located on the North East side of town at 2979 N. Crossover Rd.
Fire Station 6 is on the West side of town, located at 900 Hollywood.
Fire Station 7, located at 835 N Rupple Road.
The Fayetteville Council of Neighborhoods is partnering with the City of Fayetteville to assist in transporting the donated items early next week. For more information about how your neighborhood can help out contact Julie McQuade, Community Outreach Coordinator, at (479) 575-8302 or .

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