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For Immediate Release
Date: January 3, 2024

Michael
O'Day
Public Affairs Officer

706-715-9683

DoDEA Heroes Rise to Unprecedented Heights Amidst Devastating Tornado

Volunteers for fund raiser

Clarksville, Tennessee — On Saturday, December 9, 2023, a devastating tornado wreaked havoc in the tight-knit communities of Clarksville and Fort Campbell, Tennessee and Kentucky. This catastrophic event resulted in the loss of three lives and caused extensive damage to over 700 buildings and structures. The impact of this tragedy reverberated through the affected areas, leaving families, residents, and workers reeling from its aftermath.

In the face of adversity, the response from the Mahaffey Middle School Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO), administrators, and staff of Mahaffey displayed an unwavering spirit of selflessness and resilience. Recognizing the urgent need for aid, they orchestrated a donation location outside the gate of Fort Campbell, where they accepted contributions throughout the morning. The outpouring of support was substantial as piles of essential supplies, including pet food, blankets, clothing, tarps, and cleaning materials, were sorted and delivered to those in need.

Additionally, the subsequent day saw Mahaffey PTO, bolstered by Mahaffey Staff, receive an astounding $1480.00 in online donations. This sum was promptly utilized to purchase hot meals from a local Mexican restaurant, providing sustenance and comfort to one of the severely affected areas in Clarksville. The heartwarming impact of a warm plate of food in the cold winter temperatures was immeasurable, especially for the elderly population grappling with power outages.

These heroes mobilized offering emotional support and physical assistance to colleagues who suffered damage or complete destruction of their homes. Braving the adverse weather conditions and ongoing alerts, they tirelessly worked through the night, prioritizing the needs of others above their own, even accommodating displaced individuals in their own homes.

Amidst this tale of tragedy lies an inspiring narrative of heroism and unity. During this crisis, the DoDEA Team at Fort Campbell and the Southeast District emerged as beacons of hope and support. And as the recovery continues, the DoDEA Heroes remain unwavering in their commitment to assisting their colleagues and friends reclaim normalcy. Their resilience and dedication stand as a testament to the steadfast spirit of the DoDEA team.

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