A group of Trigg County athletes will be collecting supplies through Monday for people impacted by the massive tornadoes that struck western Kentucky Friday night and Saturday morning.
Trigg County High School Football player Shane Wallace says they wanted to help the surrounding communities in the wake of the disaster.
click to download audioWallace says they will be collecting the basic necessities.
click to download audioMatt Alex Ladd says the drive will be headquartered at two locations in Cadiz.
click to download audioAnthony Hall says they want to give those impacted by the storms a way to start rebuilding their lives.
click to download audioTrigg County Wildcat Football Coach Chris Ezell says the drive will continue through Thursday at both Hancock’s Neighborhood Market and Cadiz Baptist Church.
click to download audioCoach Ezell says they couldn’t be prouder of the initiative shown by their athletes.
click to download audioHe adds the buses will be loaded through the week, with the athletes to help deliver the supplies after the drive concludes on Thursday.
click to download audioFor more information stop by Hancock’s Neighborhood Market or the Cadiz Baptist Church starting Sunday and look for the school bus at each location. They add donations will be accepted to purchase supplies for the drive. A complete list of supplies can be found in the story at wkdzradio.com.
Shane Wallace, Anthony Hall, and Matt Alex Ladd