The Town of Pleasant View is reaching out to the tornado-ravaged town of Moore, Oklahoma, to help with relief and recovery for the town that faced profound devastation and heartache. The town is currently accepting donations to send to the ...disaster relief in Oklahoma. City recorder Lisa Parker said that a truck and trailer will arrive on Wednesday morning to be loaded at city hall at 1008 Civic Court off of Highway 41A in Pleasant View, but donations are already currently being collected. Parker said that the truck will leave as soon as it is filled. PV resident Meri Crisp said that some of the recommended items are as follows: Personal hygiene items, bottled water, blankets, sheets, pillows, cleaning supplies, non-perishable food items, baby items such as diapers, pacifiers, bottles, formula, and related items. Clothing (new and gently used for all ages), notebooks and simple games or toys.
The Town of Pleasant View and The Ashland City Times ask that you share this post so that as many people as possible can be reached throughout Cheatham County and our neighbors. Crisp said that someone will be at city hall until 9:00 pm. If you get to city hall and no one is there your asked to contact PV police chief Michael Douglas at 615-772-7212, Lisa Parker at 619-394-2383 or PV deputy clerk Theresa Barnes at 615-598-5654 so that someone can meet you there.