Local Woman Offers Hurricane Relief

Reported by: Alisha Searl
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Updated: 11/05/2012 1:09 pm
Helping is a common theme this weekend in Hamilton County.

Stephanie Hand is holding a car wash to help Hurricane Sandy victims.

Hand is collecting money, clothes, stuffed animals, things of that nature.

Then she says she's going to drop it off with the Red Cross.

However, there is one big problem.

She has had one car donate just $21 Saturday, and that she says is downright disappointing.

Hand adds, "Everybody come together. Lets do this together as a community. Let's put our hearts out there and lets put our helping hands out there and realize that in the end we are all brothers and sisters."

Hand says she'll put on another car wash next weekend, and the next if it means helping more people.

The location of the car wash is 1730 Dayton Boulevard.
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