Several local agencies are organizing relief efforts to help victims of Hurricane Katrina. They are listed here. If you have a relief effort to list, e-mail details and contact names and numbers to News -- Eagle at or call 548-8169. ? Enid Salvation Army: Accepting financial donations. Go online to or call (800) 725-2769.

? Cimarron Valley of American Red Cross: Accepting financial donations. Donations may be dropped off or mailed to 1023 W. Elm, Enid, OK 73701. Call 237-5994

? KGWA and KOFM: Accepting non-perishable items. A large truck donated by Garber Co-op is located behind McDonald's at Oakwood Mall. The truck will be there the rest of the week.

? Jim Wagner Trucking and Advance Food Co: Accepting donations of non-perishable food items and bottled water. A collection trailer will be at United Grocery Store's west location Saturday and Sunday.

? Aaron's, 2420 W. Garriott: Accepting donations of non-perishable food items and clothing. Items may be dropped off during regular business hours.

? Learning Tree Preschool and First Church: Kids are collecting cotton work gloves as a Helping Hands project for hurricane victims. Gloves can be dropped off at First United Methodist Church, 401 W. Randolph, or at Nicholas Real Estate, 900 W. Maple.

? Kremlin WildHorse Gang: Members will man a concession stand at Jumbo Foods on 30th 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. today. All proceeds from donations goes toward hurricane relief. Coca-Cola is donating drinks, and Jumbo Foods is donating hot dogs.

? Enid Public Schools, with help from Security National Bank: Representatives will host a coin drive next week. To support "A Penny -- Our Thoughts," staff members and students can bring donations to school Tuesday through Friday. Community members who wish to make donations can call or visit their local school offices for more information.

Proceeds will be donated to American Red Cross. A portion of the funds may be used to assist displaced military families who may temporarily relocate to Vance Air Force Base and attend local schools.

? Briggs Lions Club: Citywide Hurricane Katrina Relief Drive: will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 10 in the United Supermarket parking lot at Willow and Van Buren. Live radio remote, Enid Shrine clowns, free balloons for kids and free McDonald's coupons will be on hand. Non-perishable food items will be accepted to fill a truck for "Feed the Children" headed for New Orleans.

? Cherokee Manor Nursing Home, Cherokee: Accepting donations to provide bandages, blankets, medical supplies and other essential nursing home supplies to elderly nursing home residents affected by Hurricane Katrina. Call 580-596-2141.

? Waukomis High School Family and Community Leaders of America: Members will go door-to-door at 5:30 p.m. today in Waukomis collecting canned goods, bottled water and clothing. Residents can bring donations to the high school gymnasium or call adviser Betsy Heasley, 747-0491, to schedule pick up or for information.

? Life Emergency Medical Service, 302 W. Maple: An official collection point for American Red Cross donations, contributions may be dropped off at the Life EMS communication center 24 hours a day. Items needed include non-perishable food items, toiletries, diapers and money. Red Cross asked people refrain from donating clothes at this time.

? Air Force Aid Society: The group has established a nationwide relief fund to help Air Force families affected by the hurricane. Credit card donations can by made by calling (800) 769-8951 or (703) 607-3073 or online at

? Hope Outreach, 215 S. Van Buren, teaming with Enid businesses: Repre-sentatives are collecting items to be sent to Northern Louisiana Area Health Education Center in Shreveport for distribution to hurricane victims. Items re-quested are diapers, formula, bottled water, bedding, towels, tooth brushes, toothpaste, shoes, personal hygiene items and feminine hygiene products. Groendyke Transport will provide a driver when the trailer is filled.

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