This morning, the "Webster Tornado Relief" fund was established at the Webster First Federal Credit Union. All monies donated into this fund will go directly toward assisting displaced residents in replacing all that was lost and beginning the process of rebuilding their lives. If you would like to make a donation, you can do so via cash or check made out to the "Webster Tornado Relief" fund and drop it off with a teller at the bank or, if it is easier for you to come to the Town Hall, please see Jenn or Courtney in the Town Administrator's Office. The Town Administrator will be working with other staff to compile a policy on administering these funds and will be ultimately responsible for managing this account. If you have home items such as clothing, housewares, furniture, etc., that you would like to donate, please bring them directly to the Salvation Army in Webster, located in the plaza next to Aubuchon Hardware. The Salvation Army has been gracious enough to offer every displaced resident a voucher that can be used in their store to take home as many items as they need. We are very humbled by so many of you that have already come forward to offer assistance and wanted to make sure the proper channels were in place before putting out information. These two means of making donations are the only two that are being sponsored and organized by the Town of Webster. If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Town Administrator's Office at: 508-949-3800 x1041. Please also keep in mind that the Compost Station will be open all week, free of charge, from 2-6 p.m. so that residents can drop off their yard debris. We here at the Webster Town Hall, and all Town Offices, are confident that we will join together as one community and overcome this terrible event by reaching out to support each other. Thank you.