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Tulsa's Urban League seeking donations for hurricane evacuees

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The Tulsa Urban League is one of dozens of organizations holding clothing and supply drives. Carmen Pettie is helping to sort through donations.

She actually delivered some of the supplies to evacuees at Camp Gruber Saturday night. "Many of them were somewhat traumatized about the whole entire situation, not so much the hurricane as what they had to endure to get to where they were. A lot of them thought they were headed to meet other family members, only to find out that their family members were in other cities."

The Urban League is still accepting donations. You can reach them at 584-0002.
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