Community Strong... we got this
March 15, 2012 is a day that everyone in small Hebron, Ohio will remember for a lifetime. After historic flash flooding left portions of the town in ruins.
The owners of Clay's Cafe, The Jones', are great people. They are very good friends of mine. The damage from the flood left over sixty thousand dollars in damage and forced them to close business for 2 weeks while the Cafe was repaired.
The community support was amazing in order to help the restoration efforts. With the insurance not paying anything towards the damage and restoration, I wanted to do more to help than just the physical cleaning. I decided to make shirts to sell as a fundraiser. The proceeds will go back directly to Clay's Cafe to help in the financial burden. Thanks to ooshirts for printing the awesome shirts!
First 200 Dine in guest to visit Clay's on 3/15/2013 will receive a free Flood Remembrance cookie.
It seems the T-Shirt sales are winding down. THANK YOU to everyone for their support so far! There are still a few shirts available at Clay's. You can purchase them there.
We have a limited supply of shirts on hand! That means NO WAITING!
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