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GAS COMPANY OFFICES OPEN TO AID HURRICANE VICTIMS

 GAS COMPANY OFFICES OPEN TO AID HURRICANE VICTIMS
 ATLANTA, Aug. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- In response to the continuing need


for supplies to assist victims of Hurricane Andrew in Florida and Louisiana, Atlanta Gas Light Company has set up collection centers in offices statewide.
 Citizens are encouraged to bring their donations to any of the 57 customer offices of Atlanta Gas Light Company, Georgia Natural Gas Company, or Savannah Gas Company in Georgia, and Chattanooga Gas Company and Cleveland Gas Company in Tennessee.
 The essential items needed include canned food goods of all types, can openers, linens, pillows, towels, wash cloths, cleaning supplies (unopened) and equipment, brooms, mops, dust pans, soap, toothpaste, paper products, diapers, baby food and formula.
 Atlanta Gas Light Company is working with WSB-TV, Channel 2's Family II Family, AM 750-WSB, Kmart and Pace Warehouse to collect and distribute supplies as needed.
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 /CONTACT: Ron David, director of civic affairs of Atlanta Gas Light Company, 404-584-3795/
 (ATG) CO: Atlanta Gas Light Company ST: Georgia IN: SU:


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