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9/6/2019 - HELP THE BAHAMAS? COME TO RIVIERA BEACH
Help The Bahamas? Come to City Hall.
The worst of Hurricane Dorian passed us by in Florida.
But, as we have become aware, The Bahamas was devastated,
including our sister city, Freeport, on Grand Bahama.
If you would like to donate to the islands, come to City Hall.
Through the office of Mayor Ronnie L. Felder, the City has partnered with Tropical Shipping and the National Emergency Response Agency (NEMA) in The Bahamas to collect, organize and deliver donated goods directly to the Bahamian government through its NEMA.
and scroll down to see a list of needs.
And listen to Mayor Felder, below, provide details.
Donations can be dropped off beginning at 8 a.m. today at the
Riviera Beach Fire Rescue Station #1 located at City Hall,
600 W. Blue Heron Boulevard.
Drop off times 7:00am-6:00pm
?Questions? Call RBFR at 561-845-4104.
There will also be a press conference at 12 noon on Saturday, September 7
with the Mayor, City Council and City Manager Jonathan E. Evans,
which will provide more information on relief efforts.