August 19, 2004
Cairo -The Christian Truckers Association of Cairo has almost collected a full trailer of food, water,and pet food to send to Arcadia, Florida. They're also sending Bibles.
CTA President, Jerry Mobley says, "A lot of people don't think about it, but when you lose your home and all of your possessions, if your Bible's in that home, you've lost it. I call it soul food."
The Christian Truckers Association is collecting additional donations at the Winn-Dixie shopping center in Cairo until 8 Friday night.
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