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GADSDEN - AL -

A group of nurses at Riverview Regional Medical Center of Gadsden are coming together to help those affected by the Oklahoma tornado. 

They are sponsoring  "Bedtime Backpacks." It accepts backpacks or tote bags filled with pajamas, gowns, underwear, panties, diapers (2T and under), toothbrushes, toothpaste, small hairbrushes, stuffed animals, and small bags.

The main donation drop-off site will be at Riverview Regional Medical Center in the front lobby or at the second floor nurses' station. Donations will be accepted up to June 30th.

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