oklahoma tornado 3 300MADISONVILLE, Ky. (5/22/13) –The Jodi Powers Search & Rescue Technologies (J.P.S.R.T.) has been serving communities in need since Aug 30, 2010. This Friday, the J.P.S.R.T. will be leaving to help the tornado victims in Oklahoma.
 
The team will be working Saturday-Monday and will be returning home on Tuesday morning. They are currently collecting: Diapers, Baby Wipes, Industrial Trash Bags, Plastic Tarps, Gatorade and money donations. You can donate to the Jodi Powers Search and Rescue Technologies at any Old National Bank or online at www.jpsrt.org via PayPal by using either credit or debit cards.
 
Fuel and equipment has been graciously donated by Madison Square Subway and True Value.
 
Scott Heltsley would like the community to know, “When I think back when we had our tornado and the ice storm, I remember how I felt when people came from different places to help. I was appreciative. We want to do the same thing, show people we care and help them get back on their feet.”
 
If anyone is interested in volunteering their services to help the victims in Oklahoma, you can contact Scott Heltsley at (270)543-7522 or you can Facebook them at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jodi-Powers-Search-and-Rescue-Technologies/267959563230319.

SurfKY News would like to thank this team for stepping up and helping out this community in need.
 
Amber Mena
SurfKy News

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