South Central Kentuckians are being asked to help clean up the mess left behind by Hurricane Katrina.
The Salvation Army is accepting monetary donations as well as cleaning supplies. The agency is accepting mops, brooms, bleach, 409 and other bacterial cleaning supplies.
They have a crew known as a "Disaster Canteen" on standby for deployment to the hardest hit area.
Meanwhile, The American Red Cross is also getting volunteers ready to head south to assist with cleanup and counseling. Three to eight people are expected to go to Louisiana in about two weeks. They will be among the second round of Red Cross volunteers deployed.
The American Red Cross is also accepting monetary donations for the disaster and gearing up for whatever remnants the hurricane brings to Kentucky.
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