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City of Brownsville looking for donations for Mexico victims

The city of Brownsville is hoping to help the victims of Hurricane Alex in Mexico.

They are setting up different donation stations around the city to gather up supplies.

The following drop locations will be open as of Thursday July 15, 2010.9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

General Contact Ralph Cowen(956) 592-3439

Old Albertson's StoreOff of Boca Chica and Hwy 48 at four Corners in front of the old Albertson's Grocery store building.Look for trailer.(956) 542- 0153

Bingo GardensOn Price Rd. just off North Expressway look for trailer.Contact Gracie (956) 544-0710Regular Business hours

Church of the Good Shepard300 Morrison Road west of Expressway across from Academy & Home Depo.(956) 350-8282

J.K. Family Clinic 2686 Alton Gloor, Ste. 1,Medical office (956) 350-5444

4402 Austin Road (rear) just off Hwy 48 behind Federal Petroleum CompanyBob Clark (956) 371-5118

New Harvest Ministries2150 El Jardin Heights RoadBrownsville, Texas 78526Monday through Thursday 6 to 9 p.m. or call for appointment(956) 831-2231 office(956) 459-1788 cell

First Baptist Chuch1600 Boca Chica Blvd.(956) 542-5334

Port of Brownsville400 Windhaus RoadBrownsville, TX 78521-1017(956) 831-4192

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