San Angelo, TX (Concho Valley homepage) — The San Angelo Jeep Club has been helping Shannon’s staff get to work as conditions quickly deteriorate as winter weather hits the entire city. rice field.
The club has been around since 2019 and has since grown to around 800 members, according to James Bartlett, president of the San Angelo Jeep Club. Bartlett told his CVHP staff that the city asked clubs for help moving people to warming centers, and they helped deliver meals for the elderly.
Bartlett said the inspiration for continuing the service came from a winter storm in 2021, when Texas faced record low temperatures and snow and ice made roads across the state impassable. said there is.
“As a large club with so many diverse members, it really feels right,” Bartlett said. to help his fellow San Angelo people. ”
San Angelo was no exception to the 2021 storm, but the Jeep Club was there to help the people of Angelo at the time and came here to help the January 2023 winter storm.
“It’s important that we all stand together and show that we need to help our fellow countrymen in difficult times,” Bartlett said.
At this time, the San Angelo Jeep Club is only available to assist hospital staff within San Angelo.