Clothing drive set for family who lost home

Published 12:06 am Thursday, June 26, 2014

NATCHEZ — The Adams County Sheriff’s Office is helping coordinate a clothing drive for an Adams County family who lost their home in a fire.

A Saturday morning fire ravaged the Linden Drive home Kevin Nations and his son live in, destroying everything in the house and killing their pets.

A drop-off for items community members want to donate has been set up at 320 State St., the Adams County Juvenile Justice Center, according to a news release from the ACSO.

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Items that are needed include:

• 42 X 30 pants, 2X shirts and shoes in size 13

• 32 X 30 pants, medium shirts and shoes in size 8 and a half

• 36 X 30 pants and size large shirts

• Bath, hand and wash towels

• Queen size linens

• Kitchen pots, pans, utensils, cups, dishes, small appliances, kitchen towels and similar items.

• Living room and bedroom furniture

Cash donations may be made as well on the second floor of the Juvenile Justice Building.

For more information, contact Henry Upshaw at 601-870-7095.