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Local churches aid Fritch wildfire victims

Fritch, TX - Many local churches in Fritch are gathering supplies to help wildfire victims in whatever way they can.

The Fritch First Assembly Church started collecting donations Monday afternoon. The pastor said what started out as a couple clothing donations from the community turned into an entire room full of them. Along with clothing, they also have furniture, toys, food and hygiene products.

Some other locations in Fritch with donations to share are the Old Nazarene Church and the First Baptist Church.  

Community members created a Facebook page called Fritch Wildfire Help Page. The page already has a variety of residents offering different types of resources to those in need.

Madison Alewel - NewsChannel 10
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