Community Guns - Street Rescue Plans 10/30

 

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(Cincinnati, Ohio) - Street Rescue Inc. announced that there will be two Community Gun Turn-ins during the month of October; October 30th.Street Rescue will once again be partnering with Dale Mallory and the group “Put down the Guns, Pick up the Gloves.” The two events are as follows:

October 30th at Bethlehem Baptist Church, from 4pm to 7pm,located at 760 N. Fred Shuttlesworth Circle, Cincinnati, OH 45229.

“With the spike in shootings in Cincinnati this summer, Street Rescue is returning to help provide a safe manner for Community guns to be taken off the streets. If you know where a community gun is hidden, please bring it in. 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!” said Street Rescue Inc. founder, Charles Tassell.

Pastor Bennie Fluellen of Overflow Ministries commented, “If we want violence to stop, we need to do our part. Stop by and drop off any community gun you know of - no questions asked!”

Pastor Floyd Walker of Bethlehem Baptist Church stated, “Everyone is welcome to participate in this effort to reduce violence – it’s up to each of us to help out!”

Tassell further added that “anyone who would like to make a donation can do so at any US Bank location. Street Rescue is funded by donations and $50 helps get 2 community guns off the streets.”

Donations can be made to Street Rescue, Inc. (an Ohio Non-profit) at any US Bank location.

For more information about Street Rescue, Inc. please visit www.street-rescue.org.

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