Rhodes River Ranch Restaurant, located behind the Oso Community Chapel and the Oso fire hall, is taking donations long-term for her town. (KIRO Radio/Tim Haeck)

Oso, Darrington thinking about long-term donations

The people of Oso are thinking long-term as they collect donations for landslide victims.

You might have heard that the area doesn't need any more donations of supplies and clothing right now.

At the Oso Community Chapel, at the fire hall and at the Rhodes River Ranch Restaurant volunteers are collecting donations for the difficult weeks ahead.

"We don't want to turn any donations away. We don't know what the scope of everyone's needs are," said Restaurant GM Bonnie Rose.

She said they'll catalog the donations so they're ready for distribution when they're needed. She knows the recovery and the need will continue for a long time.

Rose is also planning a fundraiser Saturday, April 5 in Oso, with live music.

Tim Haeck, KIRO Radio Reporter
Tim Haeck is a news reporter with KIRO Radio. While Tim is one of our go-to, no-nonsense reporters, he also has a sensationally dry sense of humor and it will surprise some to learn he is a weekend warrior.
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