For Immediate Release: Cudahy City Hall Collection Site for residents of December 17th Fire.
On the evening of December 17th, a residential fire occurred in the 3600 block of Somers Avenue. A fire like this, any time of the year is tragic, however during the holidays is even more devastating. What can we do to help the families affected?
There are currently several on going efforts to help the families affected. At Cudahy City Hall, we will be accepting donations that will be given to the families involved. Any used clothing you could donate would be greatly appreciated. Children’s sizes are: Boys size 6 and 12 and girls size 4t-5t and a 15 year old girl (size unknown). Parents sizes are: Mother wears medium tops size 8-9 in pants; Father large tops pant size unknown. Toys for the children to brighten up their holiday or any household items would be appreciated.
Donations can be brought to the Cudahy Municipal Building, 5050 South Lake Drive, Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm. We will make sure that all donations are forwarded to the families involved.
Thank you for your generosity!
Mayor John Hohenfeldt
City of Cudahy
Any questions regarding this release can be directed to,
Office of the Mayor
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