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City of WPB to collect hurricane relief supplies during Clematis by Night
WPB Police and Fire departments to assist in collection of donations during Clematis by Night, Thursday, September 5, 6-9 p.m.

WHO: Guests of all ages are encouraged to bring donations to assist Bahamas hurricane relief efforts, while enjoying Clematis by Night.  The City’s free weekly concert series will feature entertainment by the Bay Kings. Since its founding in 2012, the Bay Kings Band has been setting the industry standard for event music in the United States. Bay Kings’ musicians are passionate about creating memorable events, and their talent and experience guarantee that every concert will have guests out of their seats and on the dance floor all night.
WHAT: The City of West Palm Beach’s Police and Fire departments will collect hurricane relief supplies during Clematis by Night. Although all donations are appreciated, only the following new items will be accepted:

1. Water
2. Water Filtration Devices
3. Canned goods
4. Meals Ready to Eat (MRE's)
5. Hygiene Kits
6. First Aid Kits
7. Wet Wipes
8. Large Plastic Trash Bags
9. Mosquito repellent
10. Non-perishable dry goods
11. Towels
12. Gloves
13. Blankets
14. Chain Saws
15. Generators
16. Portable Stoves
17. Butane Canisters
18. Air Mattresses
19. Diapers
20. Baby wipes
21. Baby juice
22. Baby food
23. Baby formula
24. Cereal
25. Lysol
26. Disinfectant
27. Flashlights

WHEN: Thursday, September 5 from 6-9 p.m.

WHERE: West Palm Beach Waterfront, 100 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

VISUALS: Guests of all ages donating supplies; the police and fire departments collecting supplies and interacting with guests; a WPB Fire Truck parked on-site; guests of Clematis by Night enjoying music.

WHY: Hurricane Dorian struck the northern Bahamas as a Category 5 hurricane over Labor Day weekend destroying homes and infrastructure. The City of West Palm Beach will collect supplies to send to the Bahamas to help those impacted by the storm. Clematis by Night is a free weekly concert series on the West Palm Beach Waterfront hosted by the City of West Palm Beach.

MEDIA CONTACT: Kathleen Walter, Dir. of Communications. 561.822.1411 kwalter@wpb.org