UPDATE: Lebanon businesses asks for donations for kids who lost mothers in house fire

Lebanon

LEBANON, Pa. (WHTM) — Two Lebanon businesses are taking collections for the kids who lost their mothers in a house fire on Saturday night.

Lebanon Farmers Market is taking a gift card collection after three children under the age of 13 lost their mother along with their house and everything inside.

They’re asking for gift cards so the family can buy the children clothing.

Quentin Tavern Restaurant in Lebanon is taking donations for the children of both victims who were employees of the restaurant.

They are accepting gift cards as well as monetary donations at the restaurant to support the families.

Donations can be taken to Keener Poultry of Tom B. Morrissey TV & Appliance for Boltz’s children.

According to the Lebanon Farmer’s Market Facebook Post one of the victims is the daughter-in-law of Ken Keener of Keener Poultry.

One mom has also set up a GoFundMe to take care of one victim’s two kids, both under the age of 8. According to the GoFundMe, the victim was a single mother for the past five years.

The fire killed one other woman and displaced four people after damaging two other homes. Red Cross is assisting those four who were displaced.

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