Harrison police take up collections to bring to hurricane victims

Members of the Harrison Police Department were out collecting donations and supplies Friday to bring to victims of Hurricane Katrina.

The police officers were in front of stores collecting money, food and water for the relief effort. They plan on personally driving down to Louisiana to deliver the supplies. People who donated said they were glad they could do something to help the victims of the hurricane.

The relief efforts continued with a 7-year-old girl in Port Chester and her lemonade stand. Along with a friend, the girl raised $800 for victims of Katrina.

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