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Community Guns - Street Rescue Plan - This Saturday Aug 13th 2022




Westwood United Methodist Church

3460 Epworth Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45211

(Enter Parking lot from Urwiler or Montclair Ave.)


Saturday August 13th 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM


Cincinnati, OH –On August 13th from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM Street Rescue will be open to receive Community Guns – no questions asked. Any other unwanted firearms, weapons and ammunition are welcome as well. Street Rescue’s event, partnering with Dale Mallory and the ‘Put down the Guns, Pick up the Gloves,’ organization. Any community and unwanted guns, weapons and ammunition accepted.


“Street Rescue accepts all weapons and ammunition – no questions asked. A gift card will be given as a form of appreciation for helping to clean up and make our community safer!”  stated Charles Tassell.  “Additionally, we will provide discounted gun safety training and gun locks – because safety with firearms is critical!”


Former Rep. Dale Mallory, “If we want violence to stop, we need to do our part. If someone left a weapon with you that you don’t want, bring it in – no questions asked!”

Rev. Beth Anne Crego, Executive Pastor, Westwood United Methodist Church stated, “I hope this effort as a part of my community is one more part of the plan to rid it of the gun violence and the pain that violence brings.”


Rufus Johnson, a certified trainer with Real Truth Inc. said, “In light of the recent tragedies, we are here to help provide discounted gun safety training for all ages.”


Street Rescue a 501C3 non-profit based in Cincinnati has hosted numerous Community Gun Turn-in events over the past several years removing over 100 guns and thousands of rounds of ammunition hidden in neighborhoods. For more information: and on FB at Twitter: @CinStreetRescue

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