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The Southern Regional Police Officers’ Association is taking part in a relief drive to aid the victims of the communities recently affected by the tornado outbreak in Oklahoma. They’ll be gathering items through June 2oth. Officers will then personally deliver the donations to a distribution center in Oklahoma City. Items needed include Sports drinks, Energy/granola bars, hand sanitizer, diapers, non-perishables, cleaning supplies, work gloves, Sun block, and insect repellant. Items can be dropped off at the Southern Regional Police Department –   3284 Main St. Conestoga, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 8Am and 1PM. Monetary donations are also being accepted, and will go toward additional items and travel expenses. In addition, volunteers may be needed to help sort and package items and to assist in other drive-releated capacities.