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Local Flood Relief Fund Could Have $300,000+

Local Flood Relief Fund Could Have $300,000+

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ST. GEORGE, Utah (AP) -- A local fund for flood victims continues to climb.

The fund may now have more than 300-thousand dollars in it after a 13-thousand 5-hundred dollar donation from the recent Heritage Choir concert.

The president of the Virgin River/Santa Clara River Flood Relief said the group will meet today to verify how much is in the fund.

The group said various fund-raisers are in the works to add to the fund, including a half-time presentation at the Utah Jazz game on February 23rd and a golf tournament at Thanksgiving Point.

A book and D-V-D chronicling the floods will also be available this Friday. All the money will go to the fund.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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