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Summit County locals collect clothing, toiletries for Boulder fire victims

DAILY NEWS STAFF REPORT

Local residents Jeri and Mark Heminghous are collecting clothing, toiletries, blankets, towels and other “basic essentials” at the Walmart parking lot in Frisco to help victims of the Boulder wildfire, Jeri Heminghous said.

Today from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. they’ll be working to fill a roughly 20-foot-long truck with new or gently-used donations.

Food will not be accepted.


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