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Benefit concert scheduled to support CAPSEA's flood relief

August 1, 2014

Photo submitted – The May 21 flood, which caused heavy damages throughout the area, did not structurally damage the CAPSEA building, but some necessary equipment was damaged due to the flooding of the building's basement. Among the $35,000 worth of damages were damages to the organization's furnace, boiler, washer, dryer, air conditioning unit, electrical box and various other pieces of equipment.

A benefit concert to support CAPSEA's flood relief efforts will be held Saturday, Aug. 23 at 6 p.m. at The Well in Ridgway.
The event will take place to raise money for flood relief for the local organization that suffered approximately $35,000 worth of damages in the May 21 flood, according to CAPSEA Executive Director Billie Jo Weyant.
The flood, which caused heavy damages throughout the area, did not structurally damage the CAPSEA building, but some necessary equipment was damaged due to the flooding of the building's basement.

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