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Nelson: Ski Barn Starts Drive To Help Flood Damaged West Virginians

[ 1 ] June 24, 2016 |
Copyright 2016 Blue Ridge Life Magazine : Photo By Tommy Stafford : Nikki Chambers, manager of Ski Barn at the foot of Wintergreen Resort, began setting up to receive donations of water and canned food for flood victims in West Virgina. She's holding up a kiddie pool here that will hold bottle water donations. Friday - June 24, 2016

Copyright 2016 Blue Ridge Life Magazine : Photo By Tommy Stafford : Nikki Chambers, manager of Ski Barn at the foot of Wintergreen Resort, began setting up to receive donations of water and canned food for flood victims in West Virgina. She’s holding up a kiddie pool here that will hold bottle water donations. Friday – June 24, 2016

Near Wintegreen
Nelson County, Virginia

By now you’ve probably seen the massive flood damage ongoing in neighboring West Virginia. We were talking about it much of Thursday evening on our Facebook page.

Ski Barn here in Nelson has organized to start taking donations of bottled water, canned goods and other items to send over to victims in West Virginia.

Photo courtesy of Nikki Chambers : Ski Barn has its roots deep in West Virginia. It was founded there over 25 years ago. They still have a big footprint in the state. Nikki tells us one of their main stores (shown here) was hit by the flooding as well.

Photo courtesy of Nikki Chambers : Ski Barn has its roots deep in West Virginia. It was founded there over 25 years ago. They still have a big footprint in the state. Nikki tells us one of their main stores (shown here) was hit by the flooding as well.

She also tells us a formal fundraiser is in the works with details coming soon.

Simply drop off the canned goods and bottled water to Ski Barn in Nelson at the corner of Route 664 and 151. Right next door to Devils Backbone Brewing.

You can make a monetary contribution to help with the efforts by sending a check to the American Red Cross, 1105 Rose Hill Drive, Charlottesville, VA 22903 or online at redcorss.org. Note in the memo of the check that the donation is for the West Virginia flooding.

Help them out!

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  1. Nelson Tourism says:

    Thanks Nikki and all of Nelson County for your show of support. We do know about weather events in Nelson County! You can make a monetary contribution to help with the efforts by sending a check to the American Red Cross, 1105 Rose Hill Drive, Charlottesville, VA 22903 or online at redcorss.org. Note in the memo of the check that the donation is for the West Virginia flooding.

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