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March 25, 2003

Camilla - More help for tornado victims. On Tuesday, Lions Club International gave a $10,000 check to the Camilla Lions Club.

The money be spent on food, medicine and clothing vouchers for victims. President, Johnny Barrentine, "It's devastating because it's a small community and people live paycheck to paycheck...all the help we can give them is more than needed and appreciated."

The money was collected from more than $44,000 Lions Clubs worldwide. Starting Wednesday morning at nine, vouchers will be distributed from the old Big B Drug Store on Oakland Avenue in Camilla.

The Salvation Army has already started giving out grocery vouchers at the same location. Victims must register with GEMA at the Camilla Courthouse.

posted at 5:20PM by kathryn.simmons@walb.com