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Eureka resident raises nearly $10,000 for St. Louis area flood victims

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An Eureka resident is being praised for custom shirts she created to benefit residents affected by the 2017 flood disaster. (Credit: Creative Entourage) An Eureka resident is being praised for custom shirts she created to benefit residents affected by the 2017 flood disaster. (Credit: Creative Entourage)

ST.LOUIS, Mo. (KMOV.com) – An Eureka resident is being praised for custom shirts she created to benefit residents affected by the 2017 flood disaster.

Elizabeth Arway created custom shirts to benefits residents in Eureka, Pacific, and Valley Park and raised $9,805.40 for local Society of St. Vincent de Paul conferences.

“It is so inspiring to be part of such a strong, resilient, giving community, and we are very proud to have been part of showcasing the Eureka Strong spirit that makes this such a great place to live,” said Arway.

Arway owns a boutique marketing agency called Creative Entourage and said it was very important to keep this effort and the money raised local.

The shirts were locally produced and printed at S&S Screen Graphics in Fenton.

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